Oxford V AFC Wimbledon
2nd October 2012
Chris Wilder is hoping not to have one record against his name. The first OUFC manager with 7 straight defeats to his name.
Looking at the performance against Rotherham on Saturday I don't think he will have that record.
Injured players are on the mend with some starting to make short appearances.
Wimbledon have a caretaker manager at present Simon Bassey who might give new signing Yado Mambo debut, while Curtis Osano could make his first start this season.
Oxford United Team News:
Oxford United team last match:21 Brown,04 Raynes,06 Wright,22 Worley (Leven - 63),02 Batt,17 Capaldi,18 Forster-Caskey (Constable - 81),19 Cox,14 Rigg,15 Potter,29 Craddock (Smalley - 56)
Substitutes:01 Clarke,23 O'Brien,24 Boateng,08 Heslop,20 Leven,09 Constable,10 Smalley
Player to watch: James Constable
Itching to get his season off the mark.
AFC Wimbldon Team News:
AFC Wimbledon team last match:01 Brown,15 Fenlon (Cummings - 72),24 Francomb,25 Bennett (Osano - 79),29 Antwi,08 S Moore,12 Jolley (Strutton - 85),23 Yussuff,28 Gregory,09 Harrison,11 L Moore
Substitutes:33 Jaimez-Ruiz,02 Osano,03 Cummings,04 Harris,17 Johnson,20 Merrifield,21 Strutton
Player to watch: Sammy Moore
Scored in their last match.
Match Facts & Stats
Formed in 2002 they are known as the Wombles, The Dons or the Crazy gang.
Oxford's record is played 4 won 4.
Oxford 3 Wimbledon 1 Scorers: Constable 2 Smalley 1
Saturday 6th October Home to Gillingham in npower league 2 Ko 15:00hrs