MICHAEL Appleton says Oxford United’s players will get a spring in their step when they see the pitch at Sixfields this afternoon, writes DAVID PRITCHARD.
OXFORD United are treating today’s game at Northampton Town with the same importance as next weekend’s Checkatrade Trophy final at Wembley, according to Chey Dunkley.
STEWART Donald says Oxford United chairman Darryl Eales was happy with Uruguayan Juan Sartori being invited to watch the U’s in action.
JOE Rothwell says everyone in the Oxford United starting line-up tomorrow will be treating it as their final audition to make the side for Wembley.
JOHN Lundstram will be given time to prove his fitness ahead of Oxford United’s trip to Northampton Town tomorrow.
OXFORD United’s visit to Sixfields is “huge” for a Northampton Town side who are looking to secure their safety from relegation, according to assistant boss David Kerslake.
MICHAEL Appleton feels the secret to Oxford United staying focused amid a combination of distractions on and off the field is to stick with the normal routine.
MICHAEL Appleton is confident some players in his young Oxford United side will have a career at the highest level – if they can learn from their experiences this season.
A WATERLOGGED pitch at Oxford City's Court Place Farm has forced tonight's Oxfordshire Senior Cup semi-final to be postponed.
OXFORD United were left to rue giving Bolton Wanderers cheap goals as the promotion-chasers ran out 4-2 winners last night.
DARRYL Eales says he expects Oxford United’s playing budget to be increased next season to maintain the club’s ambition of reaching the Sky Bet Championship.
Oxford United 2 (Hemmings 42, Maguire 75), Bolton Wanderers 4 (Morais 4, Beevers 22, Dunkley og 60, Vela 90+4)
OXFORD United missed out on the chance to close in on the Sky Bet League One play-off places – but only after they pushed Bolton Wanderers all the way in an enthralling clash.
All the news from Oxford United's clash with Bolton Wanderers at the Kassam Stadium in Sky Bet League One.
PHIL Parkinson believes Oxford United have spent well in the transfer market this season ahead of his Bolton Wanderers side's visit to the Kassam Stadium tonight.
MICHAEL Appleton says his priority tonight is purely on seeing a good performance from Oxford United and will avoid talk of making the play-offs even if they beat Bolton Wanderers.
MICHAEL Appleton says he has already selected Oxford United's starting XI for their three games ahead of the Checkatrade Trophy final at Wembley.