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PREVIEW Peterborough United v Oxford United

A full guide to Saturday's Sky Bet League 1 game

31 March 2023

Oxford United head for Peterborough United in Sky Bet League 1 on Saturday (3pm)

The U's have had two weeks without a game due to the international break but that has given them more time to work under new boss Liam Manning after a 1-1 draw at Morecambe in his first game.

.Ciaron Brown returned safely from playing for Northern Ireland while a two week 'mini pre-season' has allowed one or two aches and bruises to heal

However James Henry and Billy Bodin remain sidelined as Liam told iFollow

See a full Preview Show in iFollow, along with the full pre match interview with Liam.

Peterborough are in good form with three league wins in a row pushing them to within a point of the play-offs. A win tomorrow would definitely push them into the the top six because Bolton Wanderers are involved in the EFL Trophy Final.

"We’re in a good place,” Manager Darren Ferguson said. “We’re in good form, we look strong and we have no injury problems. From the outside people will look in and expect us to win tomorrow, but I don’t see it like that. We will only win if our attitude is spot on and we play well.

"It could be a very tricky game tomorrow. Oxford have a new manager who has had two weeks now to work with his team. They will be fighting for their lives so we have to be wary of that.”

We have been allocated an initial 1,139 tickets including eight pairs of wheelchair/carer tickets.

Tickets will also be available on the day from the main Ticket office at Peterborough but increase by £2 excluding Under 18 which is increased by £1

Tickets are on sale online HERE and on the phones (01865 337533) and in person at the Ticket Office at the Kassam Stadium until 3pm on Friday.

Tickets can be collected from the OUFC Ticket Office up until 3pm on Friday. Any uncollected tickets will then be available from the Ticket Collection Booth which is located opposite the main ticket office at Peterborough.


Adults £27
Over 65 £22
Under 24 £18
Under 18 £9
Under 12 £3

Personal assistant FREE

Please note Peterborough United is a cashless stadium

If supporters have yet to receive their ticket by 3pm on Friday they need to call 01865 337533 or email to ask for a reprint to be collected at Peterborough.

London Road Club travel
Coaches will depart the stadium at 11:30am with a Kidlington Sainsbury’s pick up at 11:45am
Prices :

Adult Member £20
Under 18 Member £18
Adult non Member £23
Under 18 non Member £21

Visit or call 01865 337533 to book

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

United will be playing in all yellow tomorrow

iFollow coverage is available to hear in the UK and watch if you are overseas, with full commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford Sport.

We'll have our usual full coverage on all official channels as well.

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Match Reports

REPORT Peterborough United 0 Oxford United 0

U's pick up a point at the Posh. Full time report

1 April 2023

A fiercely determined Oxford United picked up a point at Peterborough today as they scrapped their way to a 0-0 draw that made it two draws in a row on the road .

It wasn't the prettiest performance but pretty is not what's required right now.

Instead, United sacrificed a little of their attacking flair and will be relatively pleased to come away from a play-off chasing club with one more point as they look to edge away from danger.

There was a change of shape to a 4-4-1-1 formation, Marcus Browne behind Kyle Joseph up top, a change of colour to an all-yellow kit for a rare league outing, but also a noticeable change in discipline and understanding of what was being asked of them as individuals within the team structure after two weeks on the training pitches to take on board new Head Coach Liam Manning's instructions.

That made them hard to break down as they set their stall out early in a game high in intensity if light on goalmouth action.

A fine strike from Oliver Norburn was the only worry for Simon Eastwood in the first half as it flew two yards harmlessly wide of the right-hand post, while at the other end, an outstanding shimmy from Browne led to a 3-on-1 break that should have earned greater reward than a save by home keeper Will Norris at the feet of Yanic Wildschut, United's best chance of the game.

Don't mistake a lack of chances for a lack of good play though.

There were solid blocks from the midfield duo of Cameron Brannagan and Marcus McGuane, terrific tackles from the outstanding Elliott Moore and Stu Findlay and, having ground their way to half time, United then created another good chance soon after, only for the heels of Joe Ward to block a goalbound drive from Browne.

Peterborough, with a spot in the play-off places their prize, kept probing for openings but found it hard going as United retreated to the edge of their area and denied them space. Oisin Smyth came on and relentlessly closed down home defenders to stop them piling on the pressure, and an away goal became entirely dependent on a breakaway.

Tension rose by the minute. Jonson Clarke-Harris's overhead kick went close, Kwame Poku even closer, but the U's had put in the hard work and edged a point closer to another season in League 1.

Those of you with a glass half empty will know that the winless run continues, those with a glass half full will see two draws away from home, albeit in very different circumstances, and a first clean sheet in 18 games.

Me? I see a team that gave it their absolute everything. And that's a good place to start.

Come and back them against Sheffield Wednesday on Good Friday. Your support might just make all the difference...

Att: 11,199
Away: 847

Report by Chris Williams, pictures Steve Daniels, Steve Edmunds and Darrell Fisher

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