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PREVIEW Oxford United v Ipswich Town

A full guide to this evening's game at the Kassam Stadium

1 December 2020

Oxford United welcome Ipswich Town to the Kassam Stadium this evening in Sky Bet League 1 (7pm)

The U's welcome Sean Clare back after suspension while Marcus McGuane is expected to be fit despite taking a knock in Saturday's game against Swindon.

Karl Robinson will make changes after that defeat with Jordan Obita one player likely to make way.

"It's a tall order for Jordan to do three games a week at the moment" Karl said "He didn't have a pre-season and hasn't played a lot of football for a while so we have to be sensible with him"

Sam Winnall is close to a return to training after a hamstring problem but Malachi Napa (knee) and Cameron Brannagan remain unavailable.

Hear from Sam Long, James Henry and Karl Robinson in iFollow where you can view the whole game live.

Ipswich have injury issues with James Norwood and Toto Nsiala both doubtful with hamstring injuries after Saturday’s 2-0 home loss to Hull City.

Striker Aaron Drinan believes that Paul Lambert’s side are in for a difficult evening as both sides look to bounce back after Saturday:

"Every game in this league is going to be tough and they’re a good footballing side" he told the official Ipswich website. “Obviously the result didn’t go our way [on Saturday]. We’ll be looking to put that right on Tuesday.

"It’s just another tough game. Every game in this league is going to be tough and they’re a good footballing side. The main thing is we need to get a win after the last two results. It’s all we can really go there for."

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A reminder, if needed, that the game is behind closed doors and we once again ask all fans to respect the current situation and stay away from the stadium. Stay home and watch it on iFollow.

The game is available for just £10 to view on iFollow and free to Season Ticket Holders.

You can stream the game  RIGHT HERE  

As well as live coverage on iFollow we have all the build up on twitter and on our official Insta page, complete with behind the scenes exclusive content, plus a full report and Gallery right here on the final whistle and reaction from all the key men in iFollow.

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