United have a doubt over striker Jon Obika who was inhibited by a groin injury against Walsall on Saturday and may join Wes Thomas on the sidelines.
Gino van Kessel switched from his left wing role to play through the middle on Saturday and would be the most likely replacement for Obika, although Albanian international Agon Mehmeti travelled with the squad and could be involved for the first time.
Christian Ribeiro could return to action after a knee injury; the Welsh international is now back in full training and could be in action tonight or at Peterborough on Saturday, while Dutch international Dwight Tiendalli is not far behind and could also be part of the squad at the weekend.
Tuesday 26th September | 7.45pm | SAT NAV: BL9 9HR
United supporters will be in the East Stand, where there is unreserved seating.
- Adults £20
- Over 65 £14
- Under 23 £14
- Under 18 £10
- Under 12 £5
- Under 5 FREE
Ambulant disabled: £14 (carer free). Relevant documentation must be shown, including one of: receipt of higher or middle rate DLA mobility or care component or documentation on the points system - 10 points and above. A blue badge will not be considered sufficient proof of disability for a disabled ticket.
Wheelchair disabled: £14 (carer free)
London Road Coaches
Depart Stadium: 14.15 prompt; Kidlington, Sainsburys: 14.30 prompt
Adult member: £21
Adult non-member: £23
U18 member: £19
U18 non-member: £21
U14s must be accompanied by an adult
No alcohol is permitted on the coaches. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
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