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PREVIEW Luton Town v Oxford United

26 September 2014

Match Previews

PREVIEW Luton Town v Oxford United

26 September 2014

A full guide to Saturday's game at Luton

  • Oxford and Luton renew rivalry
  • No injury worries for the U's
  • ALL TICKET for United fans
  • Hylton favourite for first goal
  • Hear the whole game LIVE in Yellow Player 

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We look ahead to Saturday afternoon as United head for Luton Town in Sky Bet League 2. 

United have no new injuries as they head for Kenilworth Road. With four draws and a win from their last five games the U's are picking up pace after a poor start to the season and will soon have Andy Whing and Ryan Clarke in contention again after they played in a Development Side game in midweek. There was further good news on the injury front with Will Hoskins well ahead of schedule after a groin injury and not requiring an operation.

See the full interview with Michael Appleton plus a hilarious Preview Show where Johnny Mullins turns interviewer and Mike Ford turns the clock back to tell us all about his Manor Ground teammates, all in Yellow Player right now. 

Luton manager John Still is looking forward to the first Football League meeting between the sides for 12 years. “A few years ago it would have been a Conference clash, because that’s the nature of football,” he said.“Even as Conference clubs you’re probably looking at two clubs that would think of themselves as Football League clubs.I would have thought that playing in the Conference would have been a big game, certainly crowd-wise. I'm sure it will be Saturday.

“Oxford, having got back in the league, have established themselves as a Football League club.I know probably most of their players and although they haven’t started great, there’s not a lot in the games, as we've found ourselves. This is an opportunity for them to push on and an opportunity for us to try to establish what we've done over the last couple of games which is some good performances and good results.”

Jonathan Smith is available, having trained this week after a groin strain kept him out of last weekend's 1-0 win at Cambridge, but Paul Benson, Luke Rooney, Jake Howells and Curtley Williams are all 50/50,

Saturday's match is ALL TICKET for away fans.

The U’s have been allocated 1,032 unreserved seats in the Oak Road Stand for this game.

Prices are:
Adults                                                                 £20.00
Young Adults (under 22) and Seniors (Over 65)     £15.00
Golden Seniors (over 75)                                    £12.00
Youth under 17                                                   £8.00
Juniors under 10                                                 £5.00
Disabled supporters (non wheelchair) will pay one category less than their standard price with a carer free of charge if required.
Wheelchair supporters should contact Luton Town Ticket office direct on 01582 416976.

Tickets are on general sale (subject to availability) until 3pm on Friday 26th September.

Tickets are available by phone on 01865 337533 or online at

London Road Club
Coaches leave the Kassam Stadium at 12.15pm

All coaches have now sold out.

If you aren’t making the trip at the weekend, then log onto Yellow Player where there will be live, full match commentary, plus video interviews with all the key men and match highlights for you all to see. There will also be a full match report on the website at the final whistle. Yellow Player is the ONLY place you can hear the match live on the internet so don’t miss out! You can also follow the match on Twitter: @OUFClive. 

There are plenty of great Sky Bet odds on offer for Saturday's game where United are 15/8 and the Hatters 6/4

A 2-1 to the U's scoreline is a generous 12/1 with Sky Bet, or how about 8/1 for Danny Hylton and Tyrone Barnett to both score?

There are odds on first goalscorer including
Danny Hylton     6/1
Tyrone Barnett     13/2
Alex Jakubiak     15/2
Carlton Morris     8/1
Alfie Potter     9/1
Danny Rose     12/1
Junior Brown     12/1

Remember there is £5,000 up for grabs as well. The prize draw for the Sky Bet Transfer Fund will be made in December, all you need to remember to do is to link your account with the club to be in with a chance of winning the prize of £5,000 plus £250,000 for the club. 

Click HERE for all the odds on Saturday's game.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE is the perfect place to follow all the action. 
The official website will have: 
•    Full team news 
•    Stats, text commentary and team line ups throughout the match 
•    Read a full match report the second the final whistle is blown 
•    See a full photo gallery of all the key moments during the match 
•    See highlights and video interviews with the manager and key players only in Yellows Player 
•    SMS message subscribers will get all the action straight to their mobiles 

Or follow the club official twitter feed @OUFClive for all the minute-by-minute action. 


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