Oxford United welcome Norwich City's under 21 side to the Kassam Stadium this evening as the Leasing.com Trophy gets under way.
Dan Agyei stands by for his first start since joining from Burnley, having worked hard on his fitness over the last few weeks. The striker is likely to be part of a changed side for the U's where Sam Long, John Mousinho, Kevin Berkoe, Jamie Hanson, George Thorne, Rob Hall and Tariqe Fosu will all be hoping for opportunities.
None of Daniel Farke's senior squad will be involved but Under-23s head coach David Wright is looking for his young side to impress against the U's:
"We will have boys who will surprise us. Not in the sense that we don't know they are good players already, but they will show no fear, they won't be overawed by the occasion," he said. "On nights like this you do find out a lot about these young players. Are they brave enough to get on the ball when they have a 28-year-old with 300 appearances under their belt steaming towards them? That tells us little things about their character.
"We have done our homework on Oxford, we know the shape they have been playing but mostly it is about us."
Prices have been reduced to:
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.
Please note that this season you can download your ticket to your mobile for use on the day - no need to even print it.
Meet the Players
Three players who are not involved in the match itself will be in the shop between 17:30-18:30 to sign autographs and pose for photos with any fans who wish to meet them.
With the new away kit back in stock it's a great chance to come and say hello to the players. The Club Shop is in the Ozone complex at the west end of the ground.
As usual there will be Supporter Liaison Officers and Stewards all around the ground to help you with any questions.
The car parks at the ground will be open as usual and we will tweet (@OUFCOfficial) with traffic and parking updates.
Our thanks to everyone who donated to the bucket collection at the Coventry game on Saturday in aid of the walking football club Defibrillator Appeal. The total raised on the day was a massive £1120.91.
A great effort and our thanks to everyone who helped.