We look ahead to Saturday's big match at the Kassam Stadium
We look ahead to tomorrow's big home match against York City.
Alfie Potter and Tony Capaldi return to the squad after being struck down with an illness ahead of last week's win at Plymouth. The pair come back in to contention along with fit-again Michael Duberry who has recovered from a hamstring problem.
There was further good news this week with JP Pittman stepping up his recovery on the training ground. The striker hopes to be back in contention in two to three weeks after a dislocated shoulder.
See Chris Wilder and Michael Raynes previewing the game in Yellow Player.
We salute the work of our armed forces tomorrow with all military personnel who attend in uniform able to watch the game for free, and discounts for all serving personnel and their families who book in advance. There will be a flight simulator outside the ground for fans to try and our friends from SSAFA will be collecting around the ground for the families and dependents from those injured or killed in serving our country. The Abingdon Military Wives Choir will be singing and the Royal British Legion and Chelsea pensioners will form a guard of honour to welcome the players on to the pitch.
York are on a poor run of form, not having won since New Year's Day. The Minstermen sank to 17th place after a 2-1 defeat at home to Barnet and are now without a victory in their last eight games. Former Oxford striker Oli Johnson is ruled out by injury.
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Oxford United's award-winning programme will, of course, be in evidence again tomorrow and once again it is packed with treats aplenty.
As well as the thoughts of chairman Ian Lenagan, manager Chris Wilder and captain Jake Wright, we visit Indonesia to see which club plays in Yellow and Blue there, guest columnist Thom Airs discusses formations and there's a full look ahead to Sunday's FAW Cup game between United and Newcastle United.
As if that wasn't enough, there's a unique opportunity to win 'Opposites', the latest album from Biffy Clyro, and we talk to Cyril Beavon about life with the U's 50 years ago.
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Don't forget that the Oxford United Ladies are also in action at the Kassam Stadium this weekend. They take on Newcastle United on Sunday afternoon, kicking off at 1pm. Admission is just £5 for adults and £3 for over 65s and under 16s. Come along and cheer the girls on.