Oxford United welcome QPR to the Kassam Stadium on Saturday (2pm)
United welcome back James Henry, Dylan Asonganyi and Mark Sykes who weren’t risked at Crystal Palace after picking up slight knocks while Simon Eastwood is expected to start after a recent heel injury.
The only player missing is Jamie Hanson who has a calf injury which has kept him out of action so far.
Sean Clare, Joel Cooper, Marcus McGuane and Derick Osei Yaw will all play at the Kassam Stadium for the first time in the new home shirt- available now from oufcshop.co.uk
Mark Warburton brings his full squad but defender Ebere Eze is moving to Crystal Palace for £15m meaning that Warburton will be looking for players to step up and also looking to bring in new faces.
“All this will do is go to reduce the financial burden,” he told the QPR website. “We have to recognise how that money can be used to lower the burden on the owners and hopefully allow for the longer-team, health and welfare of QPR.”
Lyndon Dykes and George Thomas have arrived at Loftos Road this summer while Luke Amos has been signed on a permanent deal. I think the squad will see more changes in the coming few weeks.” Warburton said.
Behind Closed Doors
Saturday’s game is strictly behind closed doors. An explanation of how the U’s plan to allow fans to return is available HERE
Season Ticket holders will be sent a link to a live stream of the game, featuring BBC Oxford’s commentary. Please note that the club is missing email addresses or correct opt-in information for a large portion of Season Ticket holders, which means you won't receive your exclusive link to watch the game straight to your inbox. Full information on how you can update your personal and opt-in details can be found by clicking here
QPR TV are also streaming the game, with their own commentary.
Our award winning matchday programme is back on Saturday and that is also FREE to season ticket holders and last season’s programme subscribers. We will email you our amazing interactive digital programme 24 hours before kick off, complete with news, views, features and exclusive video content produced just for the programme.
No printed version is planned for this game.
As well as the streaming we will have our usual full coverage across our social channels including Twitter and Instagram as well as a full report and Gallery right here on the final whistle.
iFollow has been having an overhaul this week - hence the streaming not being on that service -but normal service will be resumed from today onwards. Beware, the Preview Show will be back next week…
*subject to all correct connections being possible on matchday.