Oxford United head for Leyton Orient on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1.
United, second in the table, will have Craig Short in charge as interim Head Coach after the departure of Liam Manning earlier in the week.
Short guided the U's to a 5-0 win over Chelsea Under 21s in the Bristol Street Motors Trophy on Tuesday evening and has brought in his former Derby County colleague Pat Lyons to lend a helping hand, with Chris Hogg and James Krause also having joined Bristol City.
United have no new injuries and James Henry played his first 45 minutes of the season in midweek. The influential midfielder is again likely to be involved on Saturday, while Kyle Edwards and Marcus Browne could be back in training by the time next week's international break ends.
You can see the full Craig Short and Elliott Moore interviews in iFollow right now.
Richie Wellens’ side have started to hit form since winning promotion last season, with just one defeat in their last seven games and two wins and three draws in their last five.
Wellens made changes for their midweek exit from the Trophy at the hands of ten-man Portsmouth, but former U’s forward Dan Agyei has been unlucky with injury this season and has yet to make an appearance since joining from Crewe in the summer.
United will be wearing their yellow kit. Order yours HERE.
The shirts are the special edition Poppy shirts. All match-worn shirts will be signed and auctioned to raise funds for the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal.
All tickets for the fixture are now sold out: home, away and hospitality.
None will be available on the day. Fans without tickets should not travel.
Away collections will be available at the Matchday Collections Kiosk outside the West Stand Ticket Office.
Fans travelling to the game should note that four London Underground lines are due to be fully suspended for part of the weekend so that engineering works can be carried out. The Circle, Jubilee, District, and Hammersmith and City lines will not operate for a large part of Saturday due to work on a new signalling system.
The Metropolitan Line will also have a limited service, with no trains running between Harrow-on-the Hill and Aldgate.
The closures are scheduled to last until 15:00 GMT, with replacement buses filling in before that.
Please check the latest updates from TfL and plan your routes before you travel.
London Road Club Travel
Kassam Stadium pick up: 11:15am
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Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and no alcohol is allowed on the coaches.
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