We look forward to tomorrow's big game
We look ahead to tomorrow's npower League 2 game at home to Accrington Stanley.
United are looking to return to winning ways after Monday night's defeat to Port Vale and Chris Wilder is set to hand Andy Whing his first start of the season while Jon-Paul Pittman is hoping to be involved after returning to training this week.
Jake Wright will miss the game due to suspension but Alfie Potter and Tony Capaldi will be in contention for starting places after coming off the bench on Monday and Lee Cox and Wayne Brown are fit again.
However, Damian Batt and Peter Leven are very doubtful for tomorrow's game while Liam Davis and Michael Duberry are still unavailable.
See Chris Wilder and Andy Whing previewing the game as well as a fantastic edition of 'Teammates' with Alfie Potter in Yellow Player, available now on FREE TRIAL for 14 days.
Accrington will be hoping for an improved performance tomorrow after a disappointing 3-1 defeat at Torquay last weekend.
Top scorer Padraig Amond told www.accringtonstanley.co.uk after last weekend: "We deserved to get beaten the way we did and it probably should have been worse given the way we played.
"We started badly and went away from what the manager had asked us to do from the very start and we got worse and worse. The sad thing about it all is that when we scored the goal if we'd held out for five or ten minutes I felt we'd win the game."
Amond said ahead of today's game: "We have to pick ourselves up. We just have to try to get back to winning ways and get ourselves back up the table."
Tickets are available at advance prices today 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.
The seven bus services which run to Oxford United matches from all over the county will continue to be in operation tomorrow and for our next league match against Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday 6th November.
Tappins will be once again running the buses tomorrow as part of a two match trial while the club and the bus company evaluate whether the service is financially viable.
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...
The image on the spine of the programme is starting to come to life and tomorrow's perfect bound, 84 page, must read is another great edition.
Tomorrow's programme features an exclusive interview with Andy Whing while Johnny Mullins talks about his United debut and Michael Duberry speaks about his positive attitude towards his recovery from injury.
To read these interviews and much more you can buy the programme for just £3 from vendors around the ground.
Shouting the odds
As of this week there’s another way to support The U's thanks to The Football League’s Official Betting Provider, Bet Butler.
The betting concierge service has pledged to boost club coffers with every bet fans place at BetButler.co.uk, whether they win or lose! They have made the generous offer thanks to their unique business model, which brings you the best odds from more than 100 bookmakers via one simple account.
That means you can get 21/20 for a Oxford United victory this weekend – and Bet Butler will even welcome you with a £25 Risk Free Bet. Simply place a bet on any market and should it lose, email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your club’s name and the bet placed to earn a second chance* at the Butler’s expense.
What’s more, Bet Butler only takes a 3% commission on successful bets, so they’re the only bookmaker that genuinely wants you to win! Plus if you like to talk betting, follow @Club_Betting on Twitter, the voice of the Football League’s Official Betting Partnership.
Sign-up now at BetButler.co.uk and get:
- The chance to support your club as every bet benefits Oxford United
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Odds correct at time of writing
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www.oufc.co.uk is the perfect place to follow all the action. The official website will have:
- Full team news
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- See a full gallery of all the key moments
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Make sure you buy a Fifty-50 lottery ticket to be in with a chance of winning over £1,000. Tickets are on sale all around the ground including from the concourse programme sellers, with the draw being made at half-time.
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