Oxford United look to reach the knock out stages of the Leasing.com Trophy when they welcome Portsmouth to the Kassam Stadium tonight (7.45pm)
United boss Karl Robinson will name a strong side, knowing that a win or draw would see his side through against a Pompey side who are already through after winning both games so far.
With Ben Woodburn joining Jamie Hanson and Malachi Napa on the injured list there could be chances for Mark Sykes, Elliott Moore, Sam Long and Rob Hall but Anthony Forde misses out after picking up a groin strain at Accrington on Saturday.
Young left back Kevin Berkoe is also unavailable after picking up a hip injury last week but there could be opportunities for Kyran Lofthouse, Fabio Lopes and Nico Jones to step up into the senior squad.
See Karl previewing the game in iFollow right now.
Pompey have already beaten Crawley and Norwich U21s and will aim for a clean sweep with a third win tonight
Ronan Curtis and John Marquis are both unable to feature and boss Kenny Jackett will field a young side:
"Ronan Curtis has got a tight hamstring that kept him out against Doncaster and saw him withdraw from the Republic of Ireland squad. John Marquis has a bruised toe from Saturday and he should be okay for Gillingham, but won’t be involved against Oxford".
"We’ve qualified already and it will be a very youthful side at Oxford – it’s important our supporters understand that" he said.
Prices have been reduced in all areas for this game::
Central blocks of South West Upper, South East Lower, and the East Stand are open for home fans whilst the North Stand is open to away fans only.
Season Ticket holders seats are not reserved for this fixture.
Tickets can be bought online from oufctickets.co.uk, in person, and or via the telephone on 01865 337533.