A full guide to tomorrow's game
We look ahead to tomorrow’s trip to York City.
Dave Kitson will be available as United make the long trip to North Yorkshire this weekend, despite picking up another booking in last weekend’s 2-1 win over Dagenham & Redbridge. Because Kitson was dismissed for picking up two bookings in the home game against Exeter in October, the FA have confirmed that he served his punishment for those offences with the subsequent suspension served after that match. This means that Kitson, who has scored important last-minute goals in each of United’s last two league games, is available as United look to stretch their unbeaten away record this season
There are no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game, but injured trio Alfie Potter, Jon Meades and Andy Whing all remain sidelined until February. And manager Chris Wilder has moved to keep on-loan Australian winger Ryan Williams at the club until the end of the season, saying: ““It’s good for everyone concerned. Ryan is a talented player and has done well for us. He is enjoying his time here and Fulham can see him gaining experience and playing well.”
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Draw specialists York come into this game on the back of five stalemates from their last six league games - a run which has seen the Minstermen drop to 20th in the table. But after a difficult run which has pitted York against Burton, Rochdale, Morecambe and Southend in their last four matches, centre-back Keith Lowe feels they are capable of competing with the top sides.
He said: ““Oxford are top and we seem to be playing everybody at that end of the table at the moment, which is good because we are putting in some good performances. It’s another tough match but we will have to dig in again and know we will have the crowd behind us so, hopefully, we can come away with three points.”
Oxford United fans have been allocated both standing and seating tickets for this game. Please note that this match is PAY ON THE DAY and prices are as follows:
Adult £17.00 £18.00
Over 65 £11.00 £12.00
*Students £11.00 £12.00
Under 16 £11.00 £12.00
Under 5 FREE FREE
Wheelchair Adult £17.00 (including free carer)
Wheelchair Concession £11.00 (including free carer)
Please note the wheelchair/carer tickets are in the Disabled Enclosure which is shared by home and away fans and is situated towards the away standing section of the ground
*Ambulant Disabled Adult £17.00 (including free carer)
*Ambulant Disabled Concession £11.00 (including free carer)
*medium to high rate DLA
TRAVEL (191 miles by car from Oxford)
Bootham Crescent, York YO30 7AQ
Exit the A1 on Junction 44 and continue onto the A64 sign posted York.
- Continue for round 10miles and take the exited onto the A1237.
- Go straight through 4 round abouts.
- On the 5th around about take a 3rd exit onto Shipton Rd/A19
- Continue on the A19 for around 2 miles and take a left onto Bootham Crescent
There is no parking at the ground and very limited street parking around the ground.
The two nearest car parks would be:
Marygate Car Park:
Frederic Street, York, YO30 7DT
This is located on Bootham if you take the street opposite Sainsbury’s and at the end of the road it will lead you to St Mary’s Car Park. If you come back up to Bootham, take a right down to Bootham Crescent on your left. This is around 800 yards from the ground.
Bootham Row Car Park:
Bootham Row, York, YO30 7BP
This is located on Bootham if you take the street down by the side of Sainsbury’s, if you come back up towards Sainsbury’s and take a right, up Bootham to Bootham Crescent, this car park is around 800 yards from the ground.
Union Terrace Car Park:
Clarence Street, York, YO31 7ES
This is located on opposite York St John’s University on the B1363. If you come out of the car park and turn left, just before the hospital take another left, and you will find a walk way which leads to the ground over a rail bridge. This is around 800 yards from the ground.
Travel details supplied by www.yorkcityfootballclub.co.uk
LONDON ROAD CLUB COACHES:
Departure Times: Stadium 9.00am – Ice Rink 9.15am
Fares: Adult Member £21.00 Adult Non Member £23.00
Junior Member £19.00 Junior Non Member £21.00
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Oxford 1-0 13/2
Oxford 2-0 10/1
Oxford 2-1 17/2
Oxford 3-0 25/1
Oxford 3-1 20/1
After 90 minutes:
Draw 0-0 9/1
Draw 1-1 5/1
Draw 2-2 14/1
Draw 3-3 66/1
Draw 4-4 250/1
James Constable 5/1
Deane Smalley 11/2
Dave Kitson 6/1
Sean Rigg 8/1
Ryan Williams 8/1
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