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Gateshead Preview

20 November 2013

We look ahead to tonight's FA Cup replay

We look ahead to tonight's FA Cup replay at Gateshead. 

TEAM NEWS
United will wait on the fitness of Dave Kitson and James Constable before naming a side for the game tonight. Kitson was outstanding at Mansfield on Saturday but needed treatment for a knee problem while Constable scored his 100th goal for the club but injured a foot and has been undergoing intensive treatment.

With Jake Wright, Alfie Potter, Jon Meades, Andy Whing and Deane Smalley definitely out there was a youthful look to the squad that set off for the North East yesterday with Callum O'Dowda, David Lynn, Josh Ruffels, Josh Shama, Matt Bevans and Sam Long all likely to be involved tonight.

Hear the thoughts of coach Andy Melville and enjoy a full length Preview Show in Yellow Player now.

The Opposition 

Gateshead came within seconds of winning the first game until Danny Rose's late equaliser and manager Gary Mills is hoping that their fans enjoy the replay and win through to face Wrexham in the next round, also to be shown live on BT Sport:

“It’s a good night for us to look forward to,” said Mills. “I hope the fans enjoy it. They maybe didn’t enjoy the last ten minutes (of the Salisbury game on Saturday), but I hope they get through to Wrexham."

That Salisbury game saw the Heed win 3-2 with midfielder Josh Walker scoring twice in a new striker role that he is likely to continue this evening.

TICKET NEWS

United fans are invited to view the game live on TV at the Kassam Stadium.

The game kicks off at 7.45pm and fans can watch BT Sport's coverage on big screens within the 12th Man Bar at the Stadium.

Captain Jake Wright and injured striker Deane Smalley will be at the ground to watch the game and happy to offer a unique insight into the action.

Admission is just a £2 donation to the 12th Man Fund with the doors opening at 6.30pm.

Matchday prices for those travelling to the game are  £14.00 adults, £9.00 concessions*, £7.00 students, £2.00.

London Road Club coaches:

Departure times: Stadium 11.30am - Ice Rink: 11.45am
Fares:
Adult Member: £29
Adult Non-Member: £31
Junior Member: £27
Junior Non-Member: £29

Coverage
If you can't be with us 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 and will have a special On the Road look at the game; join us for all the action.

Betting

If you are going to have a bet on that then be sure to do it RIGHT HERE as the club makes money with every single sign up, and every bet you subsequently place.   

The U's are 13/8, while a draw at 90 minutes is 23/10. But if you don’t fancy those there are 53 different markets you can place your money on, including:

Correct Score
Oxford 1-0 7/1
Oxford 2-0 11/1
Oxford 2-1 17/2
Oxford 3-0 28/1
Oxford 3-1 20/1

Draw 0-0 10/1
Draw 1-1 5/1
Draw 2-2 14/1
Draw 3-3 50/1
Draw 4-4 250/1

Or if you fancy United to win on penalties then how about odds of 11/1

All you need to do to have a bet is CLICK HERE

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 highlights and 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.

Bring On The Wall
We will continue to test the capabilities of our brand new web feature Yellow Wall throughout tonight's game. Log on and join the fun. Join the ever-increasing number of fans using The Wall as we bring you exclusive Tunnel Cam access. Take a look now to see United setting off for the game


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