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PREVIEW Accrington Stanley v Oxford United

A full guide to Oxford United's trip to Accrington in Sky Bet League 1

25 September 2020

Oxford United head for Accrington Stanley on Saturday

TEAM NEWS
No sooner does light appear at the end of the tunnel with United's injury problems than illness strikes and skipper Cameron Brannagan becomes a major doubt for the trip to Accrington. Brannagan was sent home ill on Tuesday and although results from a covid test came back negative he is still struggling with a virus and may not be involved on Saturday.

With Alex Gorrin still a couple of weeks away from a return after an ankle injury and Josh Ruffels a similar timescale away with a shoulder problem United are also without Sam Winnall as he pushes for full fitness after missing pre-season and John Mousinho who will be out for around a month with a knee injury. Young striker Dylan Asonganyi is the latest to pick up an injury, tweaking a hamstring this week.

The one piece of good news is that Jamie Hanson has returned to full training and could even return to the bench as early as Saturday.

See Karl Robinson previewing the game in iFollow right now where we have an exclusive with Matty Taylor as well as a packed Preview Show featuring Sam Long, the youth team's win over Swindon, club Psychotherapist Gary Bloom and Finance Director Tim Davies.

THE OPPOSITION
Accrington's home form is very impressive - a 2-0 win over Peterborough in their first home league game and then a 7-0 win over Leeds' Under 21 side in the Trophy.

Midfielder Rhys Fenlon has returned to the club this week having spent four years with Manchester City before signing a scholarship with Burnley in July 2018.


SEE IT ALL
Hopefully we don't need to remind you that games are behind closed doors at the moment and fans should not travel to games.
 
Instead you can see the whole game LIVE in iFollow where our friends at BBC Oxford Sport will add their commentary to a full live stream of the match.
 
It costs £10 to watch and is available HERE

Please note, your iFollow login is different to the one you use for oufctickets.co.uk and we recommend signing up for the free service in advance to save time on the day.

If you haven’t signed up to iFollow yet, you can do so by CLICKING HERE

The match can be viewed on Desktop,  the new App, or on Mobile Web but there is no option to register or buy on the  app. The transaction must take place on the web and then the credentials can be used to login via the App.

COVERAGE
We have coverage on the official Twitter and Instagram pages with a report and Gallery right here on the official website and Facebook on the final whistle with video reaction plus highlights to follow on iFollow and You Tube


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