We look forward to the Big Match
We look ahead to tomorrow's match.
United have no new injuries and striker James Constable has had a few days to get over a slight groin strain which restricted him to a sub's role on Tuesday against Southend.
Constable may have to stay patient though with Deane Smalley, Alfie Potter, Sean Rigg and sub Tom Craddock all impressing in midweek.
See Chris Wilder previewing the game in Yellow Player.
Having started the season with a win over Portsmouth in the Capital One Cup, Plymouth lost their first game of the league season, 2-0 at home to Aldershot but picked up a useful point at Dagenham in midweek.
Argyle manager Carl Fletcher expects United to be a stern challenge for his side, who can call on former U's Darren Purse, Paul Wotton and Jake Cole.
"They've had a good start, they're a good side." Fletcher told BBC Radio Devon "They had a good side last year, it's a really big club with some good players. They've had a couple of seasons where they've not been far from the play-offs and I'm sure they'll be looking forward to pushing on this season. It's going to be a real tough test for us."
Man in the Middle
The referee for tomorrow's game is Stephen Bratt
Tickets are available at advance prices via the phones or via www.oufctickets.co.uk where you can pick your exact seat and see the approximate view from that seat.
The phonelines are open on 01865 337533 or call in person at the Ticket Office.
Book your seat and come and cheer the boys on.
Tomorrow will once again see six new bus services which will run to Oxford United matches from all over the county.
The U's have started a new partnership with RH Coaches to provide quick and easy transport to and from games from major towns across Oxfordshire. Routes will start from Banbury, Chipping Norton, Carterton, Wantage, Henley on Thames and Thame, with pickups en route to the stadium. The Kidlington bus service will continue again this season, but with RH Coaches as the provider.
The buses are available for every home league game.
Prices start from as little as £5.00 return
For a full list of prices and timetables click here: Bus Schedule 2012
Be well Read...
Our match programme proved to be a big hit on Tuesday night and is available all around the ground again tomorrow.
We have packed even more in to this one: an exclusive in depth interview with Tony Capaldi, a chat with Michael Raynes and new guest writers and contributors as well as the thoughts of Ian Lenagan, Chris Wilder and Jake Wright
Find out what all the fuss is about for just £3 (including a copy of the Oxford Mail while stocks last) from programme vendors around the ground tonight.
If you can't be with us then try out Yellow Player, where we have commentary of the whole game live, plus video interviews with all the key men and match highlights for you to see.
Yellow Player is the ONLY place on the internet that you can hear the game online; join us for all the action.
Buy Player for just £4.29 a month. You can sign up for just 10p per day.
www.oufc.co.uk is the perfect place to follow all the action. The official website will have:
- Full team news
- Read a full match report the very second the final whistle blows
- See a full gallery of all the key moments
- See the manager and key players give their reactions in Yellow Player
- SMS subscribers get all the action straight to their mobiles.
- Or follow @OUFClive on Twitter for all the action wherever you are
Make sure you buy a Fifty-50 lottery ticket to be in with a chance of winning a big cash prize. Tickets are on sale all around the ground including from the concourse programme sellers, with the draw at half-time.
The result will appear right here as soon as it is made. Tuesday night's prize has still to be claimed: if you have ticket number 235856 then call to collect your £918