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15 February 2013

We look forward to Saturday's trip to Home Park

We look ahead to tomorrow's npower League 2 game at Plymouth.

Team News

United will stick with the same 18-man squad as they travel to Home Park. Justin Richards is likely to miss the rest of the season after injuring knee ligaments in last weekend's loss to Bristol Rovers, joining Peter Leven and Ryan Clarke on the long-term injured list.

There is better news for the U's with Tommy Craddock edging closer to fitness after a groin problem. The striker is likely to resume training next week, while fellow front man Jon-Paul Pittman could be back out on the training pitches in the next couple of weeks to further add to United's attacking options. 

Deane Smalley and James Constable are likely to continue up front while at the back goalkeeper Luke McCormick returns to the club he helped to two promotions earlier in his career. 

See Andy Whing, now fully fit and raring to go, in Yellow Player's Preview Show.


The Opposition
New boss John Sheridan is under no illusions about the scale of the task facing his side as they fight relegation. Argyle are in 20th position, two points clear of the relegation zone, and Sheridan told the Plymouth Evening Herald:

"I think it's going to go right to the wire. I really do. Teams are going to get drawn into it, hopefully. We are going to lose some games, but we are going alright at the moment.We have just got to keep picking points up from games and then everything will take care of itself.

"I have got a points tally in my head which I think will see us safe. I have also got a points tally which I would like to get from each month. I'm not going to say what they are. It might be the kiss of death."

Goalkeeper Rene Gilmartin (hamstring) and defender Curtis Nelson (groin) are out but former United loanee Lee Cox could be in the Argyle side after joining on loan until the end of the season.

TICKET NEWS

nPower League 2, Saturday 16th February 2013, kick-off 3.00pm
Home Park, Plymouth PL2 3DQ

Oxford United fans have been allocated covered seating for this fixture. Please note that this game is PAY ON THE DAY and CASH ONLY at the turnstiles. 
Prices are as follows:
Adults       £20.00
Over 65*  £15.00
Students* £15.00
Under 18* £7.00
*ID Required

A family ticket is also available with Under 18’s only paying £5.00. Supporters wishing to purchase these tickets should enter the stadium via turnstile number 20.
All other supporters should enter the stadium via turnstiles 24 and 25.

Disabled supporters requiring wheelchair access can book their tickets directly through Plymouth Argyle on 0845 8723335.

Ambulant disabled supporters who receive the higher rate disability allowance can also book their tickets on the above number (includes free carer).

TRAVEL (206 miles from Oxford) 
Travel on the A38 Devon Expressway until the junction with the A386, signposted Home Park, City Centre, Ferry Port, and Tavistock. At the roundabout as you come off the A38 take the second exit A386, signposted Plymouth Argyle Home Park, Ferry Port. Stay on this road for approximately a mile; the stadium is on your left.
Plymouth Argyle has a large, free car park in use on match-days.
Home Park is also just a short walk from Plymouth Train Station. In fact, those who visit by train are likely to experience the best of Central Park as the well signed route takes you right through the middle of one of Plymouth's best-loved recreation areas
Travel details supplied by www.pafc.co.uk 

LONDON ROAD CLUB COACHES:
Departure Times: Ice Rink 8.15am – Stadium 8.30am 
Fares: Adult Member £20.00, Adult Non-Member £22.00
            Junior Member £18.00, Junior Non-Member £20.00

HOME LEAGUE MATCHES:
Tickets are now on general sale for next Saturday's home game against York City, the club's annual Military Day

To book your tickets please visit www.oufctickets.co.uk 24/7, telephone 01865 337533 or call in person at the ticket office during normal office hours.

The Odds 
 
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Odds correct at time of writing
 
Coverage
If you can't be there 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. See the Preview Show right now
 
This Site
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.

 


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