Oxford United look to make it ten games unbeaten when they welcome Rochdale to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.
United welcome back Rob Dickie after suspension and Anthony Forde after injury but are without suspended striker Matty Taylor.
Dickie missed last Saturday's win at Rotherham while serving a one match ban after five yellow cards but is available again and boss Karl Robinson faces an interesting choice with John Mousinho and Elliott Moore both in outstanding form as a centre back partnership last weekend.
Forde is likely to step up to the bench after recovering from a groin strain but Taylor's fifth yellow card means he misses out, with Jamie Mackie likely to lead the line and Dan Agyei on the bench
See Karl Robinson previewing the game in iFollow right now plus a Preview Show featuring Mark Sykes and Women's Manager Liam Gilbert.
Karl Robinson was there to see Rochdale’s win over Milton Keynes in midweek, their third win in a row which lifted them to 11th place in Sky Bet League 1 on 19 points.
Manager Brian Barry-Murphy now wants his side to show the same energy when they travel to the Kassam Stadium tomorrow
“Oxford will be licking their lips watching the amount of effort we put into the game” he said. “Our players are incredible in the way they recover and want to go again on Saturday. They will again give everything for the club once again."
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The team will warm up in pink warm up tops to show support for Against Breast Cancer, with the Women's team doing the same on Sunday ahead of their game against Gillingham. Women's Manager Liam Gilbert told us:
“The whole club is supporting Against Breast Cancer which is a local Abingdon-based charity. The shirts will be auctioned off with all profits going towards the charity.
“Admission to our game is on a donation basis, there will be bucket collections, people with information on how to support the charities and what they do. We also have a special programme with proceeds going towards the charity. It’s a subject that is so close to a lot of us and we really want to get behind it as much as we can.”
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