We look forward to Good Friday as Oxford United welcome York City
United welcome York City to the Kassam Stadium tomorrow (3pm) in Sky Bet League 2. Here we present a full guide to the game.
It is a huge game for both clubs with just one point and one place between them as they chase the play-off places. United are unlikely to have Deane Smalley available after a calf injury but Alfie Potter is fit again after coming on as a sub in the win at Plymouth last weekend.
James Constable's goal at Plymouth means that he is now just one goal behind the club record 107 set by Graham Atkinson - come along and see if James can write his name into the history books.
See Gary Waddock previewing the game in Yellow Player right now where we also have a great Preview Show with James Constable and Ryan Clarke ahead of the game
York boss Nigel Worthington has guided his side to the edge of the play-offs but conceding a last minute goal against Accrington last weekend meant that the former Norwich boss’s side dropped below United.
Worthington preferred to dwell on the positives as his side picked up a point “There is no need to be depressed. We are in a fantastic position and the point could be a very important one. There’s no doubt that we dropped two. That’s there for everyone to see but it was another solid performance full of energy and commitment.
“I have told the players you get disappointments in this game and it’s all about how you recover from them. There is nothing to be ashamed of and there is still everything to play for.
“We have had a terrific season and are still unbeaten in 13 games. But we have got to get our heads up, put smiles on our faces and get ready for Oxford. To still have a keen interest in what’s going on in the play offs is a great achievement for everybody at the club.”
Last time We Met
With a big crowd expected save yourself time and money by booking cheaper advance tickets. Just call 01865 337533
or visit www.oufctickets.co.uk
for details and to book.
The Football Special buses are running as for all league matches. Click HERE for information on bus routes to get here as well as parking and travel advice.
Guest of Honour
Come along and meet Special Guest Joey Beauchamp. The United legend will be with us in the 12th Man Bar at around 1.30pm to meet fans. Read a great interview with him in the Matchday Magazine then have a chat with one of the greatest players ever to play for the club..
Be well read...
The Matchday Magazine is another winner with 84 pages packed full with all things Oxford.
The chairman, manager and captain all have their say, and regular features include the Squad Numbers series, which has now reached 23, On the Spot, On the Road and news and views from all areas of the club. There is also a four page supplement bringing you all the news on Season Tickets for next season as well...
All this, and much, much more, can be yours for just £3 (with a copy of the Oxford Mail, subject to availability) from sellers around the ground and in the concourses. Or if you're thoroughly modern why not download a copy from our website at www.matchdayfix.com/oufc
, available from 1pm on Saturday afternoon (or 9am if you subscribe).
If you’re unable to make it to the match we’ll have full commentary live on Yellow Player, as well as video interviews with all the major players and highlights. Yellow Player is the ONLY place on the internet that you can hear the game online; join us for all the action.
www.oufc.co.uk is the perfect place to follow all the action. The official website will have:
- Full coverage with our Match Live console
- 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
Log on to Player and also keep an eye on Yellow Wall throughout the game. Log on and see extras and interact with the game, all in Yellow Wall
Make sure you buy a Fifty-50 lottery ticket to be in with a chance of winning a big cash prize. Tickets are on sale all around the ground including from the concourse programme sellers, with the draw at half-time.
The result will appear right here as soon as it is made.