Oxford United conclude their pre-season games with a trip to Leeds United on Saturday.
Pep Clotet returns to Elland Road for the first time and has almost a fully fit squad to select from. Sam Long is the one slight doubt after a niggling knee injury that has restricted his appearances in pre-season, but Simon Eastwood should be available again after missing the game against Birmingham last week with a cut leg.
Dwight Tiendalli and Xemi Fernandez both made first appearances in that game and are looking to step up their match sharpness, while Kane Hemmings shold be involved after sitting out last weekend's game as a precaution.
The game came about as part of the Kemar Roofe transfer to Leeds and coach Chris Allen told us:
"Kemar did really well for us and was a pleasure to work with. He had that hunger to do well and to keep working at his game and it's no surprise that he has done well at Leeds."
See the full interview with Chris above.
Tickets are available on the day but are cheaper in advance. Ticket prices for all categories except under-16s increase by £5 on the day of the match. However, these will only be available from the OUFC ticket office in person and by phone on 01865 337533 until 3pm on Friday and can then be collected on the day at the away turnstiles from 2pm.
United supporters will be housed in the John Charles Stand, upper tier, which is along the side of the pitch.
Under 16 £6
Wheelchair and ambulant disabled £6
The 'Away Fans' bar at Elland Road is called 'Howards' and is located adjacent to the away turnstiles. Howards will be open on Saturday from 12noon and will be serving a selection of food and drink. Access to the bar will be on a first come first served basis.
London Road Coaches
The coach will depart the stadium at 9.15am prompt, picking up in Kidlington at 9.30am. Prices:
Adult member: £21
Adult non-member: £23
U18 member: £19
U18 non-member: £21
We will be testing out our new Match Live text commentary once again and the game will be available to hear in iFollow, as a free tester, as well as on BBC Oxford Online. The app which allows fans to fully use iFollow on mobile devices is due to be launched today and will be available at the App Store and for Android.
Live streaming, allowing overseas fans to watch the games, will begin at Oldham and, after listening to supporter advice, monthly options are now available - click HERE for prices in your region.
We will have a report and gallery right here at the final whistle.