Oxford United take on league leaders Hull City on Saturday afternoon (3pm)
The U's have new injury worries to add to an already long list after a bruising local derby at Swindon on Tuesday night. Cameron Brannagan and Mide Shodipo both picked up knocks in the second half and are rated doubtful for Saturday but there is good news with Elliot Lee available again after missing the last two games.
Marcus McGuane, John Mousinho, James Henry and Sam Long are all unavailable so youngster Leon Chambers-Parillon is again likely to feature
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The Tigers have Josh Magennis, Lewie Coyle and Alfie Jones fit again after injury
“Josh has trained this week. Lewie and Alfie are fine as well and they’ve trained since the Peterborough game" boss Grant McCann confirmed. “We’ve got no fresh concerns for the weekend.”
“Nobody’s getting too fixated on the end result" he said when asked about leading the table "we’re only focused on the next game.
“I think if you get too carried away about that then you’re in trouble, instead of being reactive all the time, we just want to focus on the process and try focus on the next one, and can we effect that against a good Oxford team, that’s all we can do."
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