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PREVIEW Plymouth Argyle v Oxford United

A full guide to New Year's Day at Home Park

31 December 2018

Oxford United kick off 2019 with a trip to Plymouth Argyle in Sky Bet League 1.

TEAM NEWS
United will once again take stock after two tough physical games over Christmas against Southend United and Bristol Rovers. Jamie Hanson missed the second after suffering a dead leg in the first but could be in contention once more while Marcus Browne, Gavin Whyte and James Henry were nursing slight knocks ahead of Saturday's game.

Sam Smith's loan has ended to allow him to return to Reading early while Tony McMahon is on the verge of a move closer to home and will not be involved. Teenage strikers Fabio Lopes and Slavi Spasov both came into the squad on Saturday and could be involved again while there could be a place for Harvey Bradbury, Aaron Heap or Tsun Dai if any more players are unavailable.

THE OPPOSITION
Plymouth goalkeeper Matt Macey, on loan from Arsenal, was unable to play in the 1-1 draw with Burton due to injury with Kyle Letheren stepping up. Forward Joel Grant has a hip injury but is expected to be available.

"It was a very good performance for us today" Manager Derek Adams told the press after the draw at Burton. "I thought that we were the better side and created a lot of good opportunities. It was a nice goal from Ruben Lameiras and a fantastic support that we took here. We look forward now to the next game.

"Everybody is working hard and we are looking to keep on moving forward."

TICKETS
This game is not all ticket and advance tickets are no longer available.

Please note the OUFC ticket office is not open on Monday 31st December.

Tickets are in the Barn Park Stand behind the goal and matchday prices are

Adult £24
Over 65 £19
18-21 year old £19
Armed Forces with valid ID £19
Under 18 £11
Wheelchair Adult £19
Wheelchair Over 65 £15
Wheelchair 18-21 £15
Wheelchair Under 18 £9

LONDON ROAD CLUB COACHES
Depart Stadium 9am prompt

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and no alcohol is permitted on the LRC coaches

FOLLOW IT LIVE
Since it is not a Saturday 3pm kick off iFollow has the whole game live to see wherever you are; in the Uk and abroad

OUFCOfficial will be tweeting throughout the game and the OUFC Live match centre on this site gives you full stats and text commentary throughout the match. 

The official report goes live with a full gallery right here on the final whistle.  


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