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28 January 2020 Venue Unavailable Attendance

Kick off 13:00 (UK)

Oxford United U18
7 - 1
FT
Plymouth Argyle U18

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U18s Host Plymouth Argyle At Training Ground

Youngsters end Youth Alliance League campaign this afternoon

28 January 2020

Oxford United U18s host Plymouth Argyle at the Oxford United training ground thisa afternoon as they conclude their Youth Alliance League fixtures for the 2019/20 season (KO 1pm).

The young U’s will be looking to finish on a high against Argyle, with third place already guaranteed this season. However, a win would see the U18s take 2nd place whilst leapfrogging Portsmouth who have already played their remaining games.

It's the last fixture before the youngsters begin in the Merit Youth League in the second half of the season whilst some second-year scholars are due to be loaned out to gain experience in senior football after Tuesday's game.

Team News

Slavi Spasov made his first start on Saturday and is likely to be involved again whilst there are no new injury concerns for Leon Blackmore-Such and Chris Hackett’s side ahead of the game.

Match Information
The match will be played at the Oxford United Training Ground (OX4 2RR) with FREE entry for supporters. Kick-off is at 1pm.

Coverage
We will bring you live updates over on our Academy Twitter page (@AcademyOUFC) as well as a full report on the game as soon as we can right here on the official website and reaction after the game.

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Match Reports

REPORT: Oxford United U18s 7 Plymouth Argyle U18s 1

Youngsters finish league in second place

28 January 2020

Oxford United U18s finished the Youth Alliance League in style with a 7-1 win over Plymouth Argyle.

In the final match this group of U18s will play together, a controlled first-half performance with goals from Nico Jones, Tyler Goodrham and Jack Stevens was followed by a dominant second-half display with four goals in six minutes in the second half.

United took control of the game early on, with Jones going close from a corner. The defender only needed a second opportunity to give the U's the lead as he latched onto Elechi's cross to volley in the opener.

The youngsters were back to their usual best and doubled their lead shortly after. A terrific move from the U's saw Lopes with space down the left. He found Stevens who in turn played in Goodrham. The lively winger checked onto his left foot and curled in from 18 yards to make it 2-0.

United were dominant in possession throughout and made it three before 25 minutes. Goodrham's cross was met by Stevens who headed powerfully home to put the U's firmly in control at half time, and a terrific response after a tough week for the U18s.

United remained in control in the second half but chances evaded them in the opening exchanges. However, a spell of five goals in six minutes followed as the goals flew in at the training ground. Goodrham volleyed in on 69 minutes before Spasov grabbed his first since returning a minute later. From kick-off, United regained possession and Lopes made it 6-0 on 71 minutes.

Plymouth grabbed a goal back before the six-goal advantage was restored a minute later through Leon Chambers-Parillon to make it 7-1 and conclude a frantic few minutes. United stood strong and finished the Youth Alliance League in style, seeing them finish second after a very positive campaign.

UNITED: Evans, Grant (Johnson), Milton, Jones, Elechi, Sole (Gardner), Chambers-Parillon, Stevens, Goodrham (Crook), Edwards (Spasov), Lopes

Unused sub: Niemczycki

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