Oxford v Cambridge - full match pack
• U's look to end home games with a win
• Dunkley and Long to continue
• Money hoping for good finish
• Read all about it in the matchday magazine
Chey Dunkley and Sam Long will continue in defence as Oxford United look to end their home season with a win. Dunkley came into the side for Johnny Mullins at Tranmere on Saturday and will continue to partner Jake Wright with Long continuing at right-back. A thigh injury means that George Baldock has returned to MK Dons for treatment and may have played his last game for the U's but Long drew special praise from Michael Appleton for his performance at Prenton Park and will hope to impress in the last two games.
Head Coach Appleton's biggest choice could come up front where Kemar Roofe switched to a central role last week and scored two excellent goals alongside Danny Hylton. With Patrick Hoban and Kyle Vassell now both fully fit after slight knocks and James Roberts a lively sub last weekend there seem to be plenty of attacking options.
See interviews with Jake Wright and Michael Collins plus a full Preview Show in Yellow Player, where we also have full commentary on the whole game.
Cambridge boss Richard Money is hoping that with neither side involved in the relegation battle it could allow the players to relax a little and lead to an open game of football.
“It’s the type of game you probably want this Saturday” he told the Cambridge News.“We’ve had enough of the games against the teams that have been struggling as well as they’ve been difficult to play in, and this might be an opportunity for two good football teams to go and play."
“Oxford’ve been in and around it (the relegation zone) for most of the season, but Michael has been very clear they wouldn’t be in it at the end and they’re not. At this end of the season it looks as though he’s put a decent group together and they’re finishing strongly.
I think they’ll be a very strong candidate next year.”
This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Bradford Fire. As a mark of respect for those who lost their lives there will be a minute's silence before the game.
The club shop currently has a better than half-price sale on home and away kits. Make sure you pay them a visit.
COME LISTEN TO THE BAND
We are pleased to welcome @SubwayBand this Saturday from 1.30 pm in the bar before kick-off.
Subway Band are a local Oxfordshire four piece female fronted premier events band, established in 2003 and they will be playing for fans ahead of the game, playing live covers from 50's right up to current chart, getting all the Yellows fans singing along and in fine voice for the match.
Fans in the Family Area can join us in Olly's Den once again. This brand-new area, now astroturfed, features table tennis, shooting tests, player visits and giant games and is free to enter. Meet Olly and Olivia the Ox and enjoy the build up to kick-off in Olly's Den.
The Football Special buses are running as usual and offer cheap and easy transport to all league games. Click HERE for timetables and routes.
Our award-winning match magazine features great interviews with Kemar Roofe, Chey Dunkley and United's newest debutant Aidan Hawtin. Read Chairman Darryl Eales' thoughts on the season plus there's the usual mix of stats, history, action, editorial and competitions.
You can buy the matchday magazine for just £3 (with a copy of today's Oxford Mail while stocks last) from sellers around the ground before the game, or download a copy from www.matchdayfix.com/oufc
Be sure to pick up a Fifty/50 half-time draw ticket from one of our sellers around the ground. The first prize is regularly £1,000 plus so you don’t want to miss out on what could be £1 very well spent!
ALL THE ODDS
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If you can’t be with us then live full match commentary is available in Yellow Player. Yellow Player is the ONLY place on the internet where you can listen to the game live, and there will also be video interviews with all the key men, plus extended highlights.
THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE
www.oufc.co.uk is the perfect place to follow all the action. The official website will have:
- An exciting match console
- A full match report the minute the final whistle is blown
- A full photo gallery of all the key moments
- The manager and key players' reactions in Yellow Player
- SMS subscribers will receive all the action straight to their mobiles.
Or follow @OUFCOfficial on Twitter for regular updates and all the action on Saturday.