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PREVIEW Crewe Alexandra v Oxford United

A full guide to tonight's Sky Bet League 1 game

22 February 2022

Oxford United travel to Crewe Alexandra tonight in Sky Bet League 1 (7.45pm)

United are unlikely to make too many changes after a fantastic win away at Charlton on Saturday.

Luke McNally limped off in that game but is expected to be available while James Henry  will play in a friendly against QPR today as he regains fitness and could be involved when the U's welcome Cambridge on Saturday.

Billy Bodin is making good progress after an ankle injury while Alex Gorrin is hoping to be back out on the training ground pitches in the next week or two.

Crewe boss David Artell was frustrated to see Saturday’s home game against Portsmouth postponed amid concerns over the pitch but believes home form is the key to Crewe’s survival hopes

“Our remaining home games are going to be crucial. We understand that and we have to be tough to beat at home and look to give ourselves a foundation of points if we are going to get enough to survive. We won’t be the only team in this league who are better at home than away. We know we have to make our home a bit of a fortress again. We have to focus on ourselves and what we need to do. After the run we have been on we want to give a good account of ourselves in front of our own fans.”

Tickets have been available in advance but this game is not All Ticket and fans can pay on the night.The away Ticket Office is next to the away turnstiles and supporters can pay by cash/card

Adults £25.00
Over 65’s £19.00
12-16 Years £12.00
11 and Under £ 7.50
Wheelchair disabled £19.00 Carer Free

London Road Club Travel

Coaches will depart the Kassam Stadium at 14:00 and Kidlington Sainsbury’s at 14:15.

Adult Member £23.00
Under 18 Member £21.00
Adult Non Member £25.00
Under 18 Non Member £23.00

Visit or call 01865 337533 to book

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult and no alcohol is permitted on the coaches.

You can see the whole game live in iFollow  with commentary from our friends at BBC Oxford Sport plus highlights to follow.

We have coverage on Twitter, Instagram and a report and Gallery right here on the final whistle.

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