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PREVIEW York City v Oxford United

29 September 2015

Our guide to tonight's match at Bootham Crescent

•    Graham Wings in
•    U's look to get back to winning ways
•    Wilcox warns of York danger
•    Full ticket and travel details 

TEAM NEWS
New signing Jordan Graham goes straight into the squad as Oxford United travel to York City this evening. The Wolves winger signed on an initial one month loan yesterday and trained with his new teammates for the first time at the start of a week that sees the U's staying in the north ahead of Saturday's game at Accrington Stanley.

After two successive home draws Head Coach Michael Appleton must decide whether to throw Graham straight into the starting line up or look for him to make an impact from the bench. 

"He gives us options up front because he can play through the middle as well" Michael told Yellow Player HD. "He is fast and he is strong and will freshen things up. We have five games in 15 days and we know that Danny Hylton is on four yellow cards and Callum O'Dowda will miss the Wimbledon game if he gets called up for Ireland, so it was an easy decision to bring Jordan in when we knew he was available."

With no injuries after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Morecambe the U's are only without Sam Long, who is making good progress from an ankle injury but is still four to five weeks away from a return,

See Michael Appleton, Jordan Graham, Danny Rose and Sam Slocombe plus this week's Preview Show in Yellow Player HD, where we also have the whole game LIVE. 

THE OPPOSITION

York boss Russ Wilcox believes that his side's performances have merited more than their league position suggests

“Oxford are not unbeatable, no team in League Two is. Our performances at home have been better than our results maybe suggest" he told the Yorkshire Post."“Ironically, our worst display was the one we won against Yeovil – though I’d take a repeat against Oxford.”

“Of course, we would all like more points and the only way to do that is by getting results – starting with Oxford. As with our opponents on Saturday (Notts County), there has been investment with Roofe and a few others coming in. But we are at home and will try to take the game to them.

Tom Platt has been recalled from his loan spell at Harrogate Town due to Luke Summerfield being out.

TICKETS 
Set sat navs for  Bootham Crescent, York YO30 7AQ

Tonight's match is pay on the night 

Prices
Standing
Adults: £18
Concessions: £12
Under 5s: Free

Wheelchair users and ambulant disabled pay the above prices with a carer admitted for free (must be in receipt of middle/higher rate DLA/PIP)

There is an option to transfer to seating for an extra £1 on a first come, first served basis (there are 300 seats available).

Please note: wheelchair/carer tickets are in the disabled enclosure, which is shared by home and away fans.

London Road Travel Club
Depart from Kassam Stadium at 2pm

Adult members: £22
Adult non-members: £24
Under-18 members: £20
Under-18 non-members: £22

To book spaces on the London Road Travel Club call the ticket office on 01865 337533. All under-14s must be accompanied by an adult.

ALL THE ODDS
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COVERAGE
If you can’t be with us then live full match commentary is available in Yellow Player HD. 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 HD. 

Or follow @OUFCOfficial on Twitter for regular updates and all the action. 

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