Oxford United travel to Accrington Stanley this evening (7.45pm)
United have no new injuries or suspensions after Saturday's win over Portsmouth but add Sam Baldock to the squad for the first time since his arrival on Friday.
The experienced striker is likely to be on the bench for the first time.
Sam Long missed that game with a tight calf but could be available again tonight while James Henry may be available again for Saturday's home game against Bolton. Marcus Browne continues to get closer to full fitness while Alex Gorrin and Jamie Hanson continue their recovery from long-term injuries.
See Karl, Matty Taylor and Herbie Kane previewing the game in iFollow right now.
“We are playing against a very good Oxford side tomorrow who have had some wonderful results" Accrington boss John Coleman said. "We have watched them a few times, we know what to expect, they are a good footballing team but we can compete against anybody.
“We have improved defensively, we have defended better than our goals against column suggests, we are eliminating silly mistakes and it took a wonder goal to beat us on Saturday. We have a big squad, we have never had the riches we have had, certainly this season, being able to have four quality players not even on the bench and leave good players at home.
“It shows the strength in depth and we are getting the players back from injury which is helpful.Things are looking promising for the strength of the squad and it’s up to me to pick the right team on any given day and make the right subs at the right time.”
Tickets are available on the night and we have both terrace and seating tickets available.
- Adults £15.00
- Over 64 £10.00
- Students £10.00 (Only sold with a valid ID)
- 12-17 years £ 5.00
- Under 12s £ 5.00
- PA FOC
London Road Travel
Coaches will depart the Stadium at 13:30pm and Kidlington Sainsbury's 13:45pm
- Adult member £26.00
- Adult non-member £28.00
- Under 18 member £24.00
- Under 18 non-member £26.00
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult, no alcohol is permitted on the coaches and masks must be worn
SEE IT LIVE
You can see the whole game live in iFollow this evening with commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford Sport and highlights to follow. Overseas fans can also see the whole game live as usual.
We have coverage on Twitter, Instagram and a report and Gallery right here on the final whistle.