Oxford United welcome Bolton Wanderers to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday (3pm)
The U's could have their third crowd in a row of over 10,000 for the first time since 1987 and will be looking to recreate the drama of last week's win over Portsmouth.
On-loan Cardiff defender Ciaron Brown is fit again after rolling an ankle at Accrington while Luke McNally is expected to be available again after missing Tuesday's game.
Boss Karl Robinson must decide whether to revert to a three-man defence that started against Pompey or stick with the more usual four. Sam Long may hold the key and the U's will assess his fitness after a calf injury.
James Henry is maybe two weeks away from a return but Jamie Hanson and Alex Gorrin are ruled out through longer term injuries.
See Karl, Jack Stevens and Ciaron Brown previewing the game in iFollow.
Bolton are in excellent form and boss Ian Evatt is hoping his side can kick on in the final third of the season and challenge for a play-off place
“We want to hunt down the teams above us and we are aware that there is quite a gap to those teams,” he said. “So for this type of game we have to make sure we gain points on the teams ahead of us, and that predominantly means beating them. We have got most of them yet to play. Portsmouth, Sheffield Wednesday, Plymouth at home. We have got our eye on what is to come.
“But for now, we know full well that Oxford is a very, very tough game. They have got a good home record and they score loads of goals, so we have to be full tilt and ready to go.”
With a crowd of over 10,000 expected we advise fans to book as early as possible. Tickets are available in advance from oufctickets.co.uk or by calling 01865 337533 and from the Ticket Office on matchday.
Click here for a full away fan guide: 2021 away guide.pdf
The Football Special bus services, including the Didcot/Abingdon service, are running as normal and offer easy and affordable transport to home games. CLICK HERE for a full guide to public transport to the game.