Oxford United welcome Tranmere Rovers to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday.
Striker Matty Taylor returns to the squad as the U's look to bounce back after defeat at Fleetwood last weekend. A week with no midweek fixture has given Taylor a chance to get close to match fitness and Karl Robinson must decide whether to risk including him or saving him for the trips to Bolton and Lincoln this week.
Jamie Hanson will be out for three months with a hamstring injury but Ben Woodburn and Mark Sykes return from international duty.
See Karl, Josh Ruffels and Alex Gorrin previewing the game in iFollow right now.
Rovers are unbeaten in their last two outings and Manager Micky Mellon believes his players are adapting to their new division.
“The tempo that we are asking them to play at, the aggression that we are asking them to play and it has been coming for a while because we know that they all can play but we need to be able to hit League One levels and intensity for longer" he told the official Tranmere website.
“You see the levels of performance have grown but now it is about consistency and hitting those levels of intensity all the time, that you show that responsibility to the team and you get the job done pretty much since the start of the season. I think the players are getting used to working at those levels for longer in the games, but it has to be consistent and they have to be prepared from the first whistle to go and perform like that. It is about working hard and leaving no stone unturned and we want to set out to be a competitive 46-game stable League One team.
There is still time to book your place online at oufctickets.co.uk and print your tickets at home to save time on the day; our ticket staff are available to talk you through the best seats available on 01865 337533.
As usual there will be Supporter Liaison Officers and Stewards all around the ground to help you with any questions.
The new OX2 football service runs from Didcot to the Kassam Stadium via Great Western Park, Steventon and Abingdon and returns after the match. The OX2 will run for all weekend and bank holiday league matchdays this season and the new route strengthens Thames Travel’s Football Specials service with the OX3 and OX7 continuing this season.
The OX3 and OX7 services bring fans to and from United home games from Carterton, Brize Norton, Witney, Eynsham, Botley, Kidlington, the Banbury Road, Summertown, Marston and Headington.
We are still looking for volunteers to help on the OX2 buses on a matchday. If you are interested contact club secretary Mick Brown on email@example.com
The car parks at the ground will be open as usual and we will tweet (@OUFCOfficial) with traffic and parking updates.