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PREVIEW Oxford United v Leeds United

Mackie stands by as United take on Leeds

24 July 2018

United welcome Leeds United tonight for the final home pre-season fixture of the summer (7.45pm)

Team News

New signing Jamie Mackie stands by for a first appearance after signing last week. The Scottish international striker missed the friendly against Crystal Palace on Saturday but has looked sharp in training and could be on the bench for the first time. Fellow new boy Gavin Whyte will look to build on a promising first appearance on Saturday while 16-year-old striker Fabio Lopes could be given another chance to shine

The Opposition

Kemar Roofe stands by for a return to the Kassam Stadium for the first time since his move from the U's to Elland Road. Roofe was a hero to United fans and is guaranteed a warm welcome back.

Both sides will be wearing black armbands to honour the memory of Paul Madeley, a Leeds legend and vital part of Don Revie's great side, who sadly passed away yesterday.

Ticket Prices

It's the final home pre-season game of the summer and prices have been reduced in all areas for this match.

Adult £12
Over 65  £7
Young Adult 18-21  £7
Under 18  £7
Under 13**  £5
Under 7** £2

**Accompanied by Adult

Please note that the North Stand will be closed to home supporters, as will the end blocks of the East Stand, South Stand Upper and the east end of the South Stand Lower, while the west end of the South Stand Lower will also be closed.

Season ticket holders' seats are NOT reserved for this game.


iFollow is back with full commentary on tonight's game, thanks to our friends at BBC Oxford. There will also be reaction from the key men after the game, and you can follow all the action on Twitter at @OUFCOfficial

The technical problems involved in streaming pre-season games has again been highlighted with Leeds having to abandon plans to show the whole game live online, but the finishing touches are being made to allow Oxford fans to see league games with the BBC Oxford commentary synced to it in iFollow. Watch this space...

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