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23 April 2015

Win Blur's new album in Saturday's match magazine

This Saturday Cambridge United visit the Kassam for the final home game of the season, thus concluding this volume of the match magazine.

You can complete your collection and finish the spine image, but even if you're not a regular buyer there is still plenty of great content for you, including a chance to win the album from Britpop greats, Blur.

There is a five-page interview with the smoking-hot Kemar Roofe; Aidan Hawtin reveals his feelings on making his Oxford United debut last weekend; and Chey Dunkley talks about his recall to the side.

Our U's Around the World series concludes with a visit to Ireland, where we feature some iconic Oxford players; the BBC's Name Game article cheats slightly by discussing the Atkinson brothers; our look back to the 1984/85 season wraps up with United winning the Second Division title; and regular columnist Emrys Hughes writes about the impact of momentum.

Chairman Darryl Eales writes his final notes of the season, as do head coach Michael Appleton and captain Jake Wright, plus the Yellow Army and OxVox both have their own pages. There is our usual complete round-up of the opposition, where Anthony Tonkin is the subject of the Played for Both feature, and there is a fantastic prize on the Competitions page: you could win the Magic Whip, Blur's new album. However, you have to buy the magazine to have a chance.

You can get your copy (with Saturday's Oxford Mail, while stocks last) from sellers around the ground for just £3, or if you can't be at the game or prefer to read your magazine on a PC, laptop, mobile or other device, you can download it from www.matchdayfix.com/oufc.

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