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PREVIEW Wycombe Wanderers v Oxford United

A full guide to Saturday's game at Adams Park

14 January 2022

Oxford United take on Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1.

TEAM NEWS
United are without the suspended Herbie Kane who will miss three games after a red card at Lincoln last weekend.

Cameron Brannagan also limped off in that game but both Marcus McGuane and James Henry both came on in midfield at Sincil Bank and stand by to return to the starting eleven.

Luke McNally returned to the team at Lincoln with Jordan Thorniley struggling with a knee injury, while Nathan Holland was another to feature from the bench last weekend after injury.

See Karl Robinson, John Mousinho, Marcus McGuane and Simon Eastwood previewing the game in iFollow right now.

THE OPPOSITION

Wycombe boss Gareth Ainsworth told local radio:

"It was a really good game at their place earlier in the season. Karl is a friend and I know he’ll have that team really organised, they’re one of the teams fancied for the play-offs or promotion as well.

"It's the M40 derby as they call it, sorry Oxford fans - I know they'll be shouting at the radio right now, but we can’t wait for them to come down to Adams Park."

The Chairboys are on an unbeaten run in 2022, and have lost only one game in their last nine league matches.

TICKETS
The U’s have been allocated 1,808 seats in the East Stand and these are now SOLD OUT

Supporters without a ticket should not travel. Under the ground regulations, away fans in home areas can be ejected from the ground without a refund.

Tickets have been posted but if you haven’t received your ticket please email ticketoffice@oufc.co.uk and we will arrange a reprint for you to collect at Wycombe on Saturday.

Due to limited parking at the stadium, Wycombe have three wide and five standard disabled bays for away supporters. These are £10.00 per space and are available from the Oxford United ticket office.

There will be no parking in the lower tier at Adams Park. For those who wish to book a parking space in the upper tier, this will be available at £10.00 per car and must be pre-booked through tickets.wwfc.com. The cut off is 12pm the day before the fixture.

London Road Travel
Departs the Kassam Stadium at 1pm

Prices :
Adult member £14.00
Under 18 member £12.00
Adult non member £16.00
Under 18 non member £14.00

Visit oufctickets.co.uk or call 01865 337533 to book.

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult, no alcohol is permitted on the coaches and masks must be worn.

HEAR IT LIVE
You can hear the whole game live in iFollow in the UK with commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford Sport, with highlights to follow. Overseas fans can see the whole game live.

We have coverage on Twitter, Instagram and a report and Gallery right here on the final whistle.

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Match Reports

REPORT Wycombe Wanderers 2 Oxford United 0

U's lose out at Adams Park. Full time report

15 January 2022

Oxford United were beaten 2-0 at Wycombe this afternoon when goals from Curtis Thompson and Brandon Hanlon left them with a second 2-0 defeat on the road in the space of a week.

There was a frenetic energy that never let up but United just lacked a spark at Adams Park despite battling hard and never shirking the challenge presented by a typically resilient Wycombe side who underlined their own promotion credentials.

In an even first half, Hanlon and Matty Taylor exchanged early half chances but it wasn’t until the 20th minute that either side got a clear sight at goal: Nathan Holland denied a goal by a terrific clearance on the line from Anthony Stewart after a flowing move sparked by the energy of Sykes and Ryan Williams down the right.

Holland followed that up with two efforts soon after, both beaten away by Chairboys keeper David Stockdale. United had made the better openings in the first half hour but then made the cardinal sin of conceding from the first sight Wycombe got of their goal.

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Garath McCleary’s corner reached the far side of the penalty area where Thompson kept his shot low and saw it sail into the bottom left corner through a sea of legs that gave Simon Eastwood little chance.

That signalled a good end to the half for the home side, but United consolidated, made sure they didn't concede another before the break and were still in it as they attacked towards their superb travelling suppporters in the second half.

Elliott Moore had a header saved as United tried to build up a head of steam, but Eastwood had to make a smart save from McCleary and Jordan Obita sent another effort into the side netting before Hanlon doubled the lead and left United with just too much to do.

The second goal came directly from United being on the attack on the edge of the Wycombe box, but when the ball was cleared McCleary led the charge and expertly delayed his pass for Hanlon who buried it low and true beyond the helpless Eastwood.

United tried to lift themselves. Sub Sam Winnall went close, Brannagan had a shot tipped away by Stockdale as it looked to be creeping into the bottom right corner and James Henry was off target with his first touch after coming on as a sub. Wycombe conceded ground but are tough to break down and United, in the end, simply ran out of steam.

They lose ground on the leaders, including the home side, but remain in the chase and will now look to bounce back when they welcome Sheffield Wednesday to the Kassam Stadium next Saturday. There's a long way to go and it's when things go against you that you really show your true colours.

See you Saturday.

Att: 8,005
Away: 1,808

Report by Chris Williams, pictures Steve Daniels, Steve Edmunds, Darrell Fisher, stats by OPTA

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Ticket News

Wycombe Away Update

Latest ticket news for our trip to Adams Park on Saturday

12 January 2022

Tickets for our away game in Sky Bet League 1 at Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 15th January are now SOLD OUT other than a handful of returns from fans who are unable to attend.

Those are available first come first served by calling 01865 337533

Given the current self-isolation rules there may be other fans who are unable to attend. If so please contact the Ticket Office for a refund and those tickets would then be made available for other fans.

The U’s have been allocated 1,808 seats in the East Stand

Supporters without a ticket should not travel. Under the ground regulations Away fans in home areas can be ejected from the ground without a refund.

Tickets have been posted but if you haven’t received your ticket before midday on Friday please email ticketoffice@oufc.co.uk and we will arrange a reprint for you to collect at Wycombe on Saturday.

Due to limited parking at the stadium Wycombe have three wide and five standard disabled bays for away supporters. These are £10.00 per space these are available from the oufc ticket office.

There will be no parking in the lower tier at Adams Park. For those who wish to book a parking space in the upper tier this will be available at £10.00 per car and must be pre-booked through tickets.wwfc.com. The cut off is 12pm the day before the fixture.

London Road Travel
Departs the Kassam Stadium at 1pm

Prices :
Adult member £14.00
Under 18 member £12.00
Adult non member £16.00
Under 18 non member £14.00

Visit oufctickets.co.uk or call 01865 337533 to book.

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult, no alcohol is permitted on the coaches and masks must be worn.

 

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