Oxford United travel to Gillingham on Saturday in Sky Bet League 1
United are without the suspended Herbie Kane who misses the last of his three games after a red card while Jordan Thorniley has been recalled by parent club Blackpool.
Luke McNally steps in for Thorniley and Ryan Williams returns to the squad after the dafe arrival of his son last Saturday but United are still without James Henry, Jamie Hanson and Alex Gorrin through injury.
See Karl Robinson and Billy Bodin previewing the game in iFollow right now.
Caretaker boss Steve Lovell is in temporary charge after the departure of Steve Evans.
The Gills are without a win in their last 13 league games - 16 in all competitions - but Lovell remains positive:
“I concentrate on the future, not on the past,” he said after a goalless draw at home to Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday. “It is a point in the right direction. Saturday is a massive game against Oxford and Tuesday (at home again) will be even bigger against Crewe.
“If we can get seven points out of three games now I would have taken that. It's nice that we are at home and the fans were excellent on Tuesday. We need everyone to be positive, there is no other way."
Gillingham should have leading scorer Vadaine Oliver available again. The striker was absent on Tuesday as his wife gave birth to a son but fellow striker John Akinde has this week joined Colchester United.
Fans are reminded that no tickets will be available on the day.
Tickets can be bought from oufctickets.co.uk and in person and on the phone from 01865 337533
Tickets will go off sale at 3pm on Friday
We have allocated 1,700 seats in the Brian Moore Stand behind the goal and 200 in the Gordon Road stand on the side
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London Road Travel
Coaches will depart the Kassam Stadium at 10:45am
Adult Member £20.00
Under 18 Member £18.00
Adult Non Member £22.00
Under 18 Non Member £20.00
CLICK HERE to book online or call 01865 337533
Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult, no alcohol is permitted on the coaches and masks must be worn
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