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14 March 2014

We look ahead to Saturday's game as Oxford United take on the Sky Bet League 2 leaders

We look ahead to Oxford United's Sky Bet League 2 game at Chesterfield tomorrow.

United will once again be without Dave Kitson as he recovers from a hamstring problem but are otherwise at full strength with Andy Whing, Jon Meades and Max Crocombe available again after long-term injuries. Crocombe is likely to return to the bench after Reading keeper Jon Henly's loan expired this week.

"Jon fitted in well and it was good to have cover for Ryan Clarke for the last two months" Mickey Lewis told Yellow Player. "Max is fit again now and will be on the bench and other than Kits everyone is fit. Chesterfield have been up at the top all season on merit but then so have we so we will go there and be positive and look to win the game."

See Mickey Lewis previewing the game in Yellow Player where we also have a great Preview Show featuring Andy Whing and Manor Legend Ken Skeen

League leaders Chesterfield added 17-year-old Derby striker Mason Bennett to their squad yesterday and Manager Paul Cook is likely to use him from the bench. Keeper Tommy Lee has a slight thigh strain but will continue, although Drew Talbot and Dan Gardner are both unlikely to feature through injury.

Sky Bet League 2, Saturday 15th March, Kick-off 3.00pm

The Proact Stadium, Whittington Moor, Chesterfield S41 8NZ

Oxford United fans have been allocated covered seating in the Rubicon North Stand for this fixture. Although there are no discounted advanced priced tickets for this fixture, we have received an allocation for supporters wishing to buy ahead of the game.

Tickets will remain on general sale until 2.00pm on Friday 14th of March and prices are as follows:

Adult £18.00
65 & Over £12.00
17-18 Year Old £12.00
16 & Under £8.00

There are 8 spaces available for wheelchair supporters and their carers. Supporters wishing to travel to this fixture should call Chesterfield direct on 01246 209765 to book their tickets.

Ambulant disabled supporters (On medium to high level DLA) prices are as above (includes free carer)


Street Parking:
The club asks that supporters travelling by car do so by parking in appropriate places and be respectful to the needs of the club's neighbours.  The following is a list of residential streets the club asks fans to avoid parking on:
Lockford Lane, James Street, Holme Road, William Street, Sanforth Street, Nelson Street, Grove Road, Pottery Lane (residential section), King Street North, Shaw Street, Park Lane, Ormsby Road, Ludham Close and Ludham Gardens, Greenside Avenue, Glenfield Crescent, Thorndene Close.

Departure Times: Stadium 10.00am – Ice Rink 10.15am

Fares:  Adult Member £16.00 Adult Non Member £18.00
             Junior Member £14.00 Junior Non Member £16.00

Coach tickets are now available by calling 01865 337533 or by calling in person at the ticket office during normal office hours.

If you can't be with us then listen to Yellow Player, where we have commentary of the whole game live, plus video interviews with all the key men, an On the Road report and match highlights for you to see.

The live commentary issues in Player have been resolved as has the streaming to video to ipads/iphones: do so via the Football League app.

United are 4/1 to win with Sky Bet. Make sure you open your account by visiting so the club benefits. Having a bet on the Gold cup? Then do it with and help the club

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There are also 53 other markets on Saturday's game including:

Correct Score
Oxford 1-0   10/1
Oxford 2-0   25/1
Oxford 2-1   16/1
Oxford 3-0  80/1
Oxford 3-1  50/1

You can also have a bet on total goals, half time scores, time of the goals and much much more. 

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David Connolly to score first in a 2-1 win 80/1
James Constable to score first in a 2-0 win 130/1
Johnny Mullins to score first in a 3-2 win 1000/1

THIS SITE 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
- 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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