We look forward to tomorrow's big game
We look forward to tomorrow’s game at Wycombe Wanderers.
United are looking to return to winning ways tomorrow after their 2-0 defeat at Rochdale on Tuesday. Chris Wilder was encouraged by the performance and will welcome Jake Wright back into the starting line-up as captain due to Michael Raynes picking up his fifth yellow card of the season during midweek.
Andy Whing and Peter Leven both came through a full 90 minutes and are expected to be involved while Lee Cox is hoping to recover from a virus.
Damian Batt, Deane Smalley, former Wycombe player Michael Duberry and Liam Davis are still unavailable.
Wycombe are currently 22nd in League 2 but were on a three match unbeaten run until their 4-1 defeat to Port Vale last weekend. However, caretaker manager Gareth Ainsworth, who replaced Gary Waddock, was pleased with a clean sheet on Tuesday night as they drew 0-0 with Barnet at Adams Park.
Depending on his hamstring injury, Ainsworth may look to call upon former Oxford loanee Dean Morgan but Jo Kuffour is expected to make a return while Bruno Andrade could also make the squad.
Wycombe head into tomorrow's match with only one home win so far this season.
Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe HP14 4HJ
Oxford United supporters have been allocated unreserved seating in the Dreams Stand behind the goal. Please note that this game is ALL TICKET with no tickets available on the day of the game. Prices are as follows:
Over 60s £16.00
Students (with valid NUS card) £16.00
Under 16s £5.00
Ambulant disabled supporters, prices are as above (including free PA)
Wheelchair supporters should call Wycombe Wanderers direct to book their seats on 01494 441118
To book your tickets please visit www.oufctickets.co.uk telephone 01865 337533 or call in person at the ticket office.
Wycombe Wanderers have asked us to say that their supporters club bar will be open to home and away supporters tomorrow and all United fans are very welcome to enjoy their hospitality.
TRAVEL (28 miles from Oxford)
Leave the M40 at Junction 4 and take the A4010 (John Hall Way, signposted Aylesbury). Cross over three small roundabouts into New Road continuing down the hill to two mini roundabouts at the bottom. Turn sharp left at the first into Lane End Road and continue to the next mini roundabout at which turn right into Hillbottom Road. Adams Park is situated at the very end of the road.
Traffic is usually heavy around Adams Park on matchdays so drivers are advised to allow plenty of time. Supporters are recommended to use their Park & Ride service to reduce congestion around the stadium. This operates from opposite the Cressex Cinema (J4 of M40). Charge: £3 return from Cressex Cinema. Senior citizens (valid pass required) and kids travel FREE.
LONDON ROAD CLUB COACHES:
Departure Times: Ice Rink 12.45pm, Stadium 1.00pm
Fares: Adult Member £9.00, Adult Non-Member £11.00
Junior Member £7.00, Junior Non-Member £9.00
Walk to Wycombe
Good luck to everyone making the Walk to Wycombe tomorrow. Oxvox will be raising money for the club's Youth and Community Trust, and Helen and Douglas House by walking the 24 miles to the game. Members of the first team squad will be wishing the walkers a safe journey at Templars Square, Cowley, today between 11am and 2pm.
The walkers will have an easier journey home. The London Road club are sponsoring the walk by giving them all a free lift back to Oxford after the game.
Fancy a Flutter?
United are currently 13/8 to win at Wycombe with our new betting partners Bet Butler, with Wycombe 9/5 and the draw 5/2.
There are some eye-catching odds on the correct score market, where you can get 10/1 on a 2-2 win for the U's and 19/2 on a 1-0 victory
Correct Score Odds:
Wycombe 1 - 1 Oxford Utd 6/1
Wycombe 0 - 1 Oxford Utd 19/2
Wycombe 1 - 2 Oxford Utd 10/1
Wycombe 0 - 0 Oxford Utd 13/1
Wycombe 2 - 2 Oxford Utd 14/1
Wycombe 0 - 2 Oxford Utd 16/1
Wycombe 1 - 3 Oxford Utd 26/1
Wycombe 2 - 3 Oxford Utd 31/1
Wycombe 0 - 3 Oxford Utd 43/1
Wycombe 3 - 3 Oxford Utd 54/1
Any unquoted score: 9/1
Those are just a few of the great odds being given with Bet Butler, where every bet you place also benefits the club, whether you win or lose.
This is a new partnership and all previous betting partners no longer benefit Oxford United directly, so make sure that if you're going to have a flutter on the game you do it HERE
And what better way to start off than a FREE £25 BET.
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