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Oxford United vs Cambridge United on Tue, Dec 26, 2023, 15:00 UTC. Check live results, H2H, match stats, lineups, player ratings, insights, team forms, ...


Oxford United vs Cambridge United Head to Head Oxford United vs Cambridge United Past H2H Results, Asian Handicap Win%: 100.0%, Total Goals Over%: 33.3%. Last 5, Oxford United won 3, Draw 1, Lose 1, 1.2 ... Eisa was the target of Tennai Watson’s cross with a quarter of an hour played but the delivery in from the right was out of the striker’s reach as he burst in at the far post. The same went for Paris Maghoma’s lofted ball over to Eisa just a few minutes later, following some good work in the build-up by Harvie and Sullay Kaikai. Oxford had their first shot on goal with 17 minutes on the clock – a low drive from Tyler Brown which produced a comfortable save out of Cumming in the centre of his goal. His opposite number was then forced into a stop by Leko, after he had cut in from the right wing and drilled one towards goal, left-footed. Oxford United vs Cambridge United - live score, predicted Oxford United vs Cambridge United on Tue, Dec 26, 2023, 15:00 UTC. Check live results, H2H, match stats, lineups, player ratings, insights, team forms, ... He, though, dragged his left-footed shot wide of the target. Jackson went to his bench for the first time with 66 minutes on the clock, introducing Bradley Johnson and Max Dean in place of McEachran and Leko. Johnson was involved right away, throwing himself into some big, important tackles in the centre of the park. The Dons, though, would surrender their lead with 20 minutes remaining, with Oxford’s BATE managing to beat Cumming with a fiercely-struck effort from the edge of the D – the MK Dons goalkeeper got a hand to the shot but wasn’t able to keep it out. 1-1. MK Dons vs Oxford United on 11 Feb 23 - Match CentreMK Dons played out a 1-1 draw with Oxford United at Stadium MK after Sullay Kaikai’s first-half goal was cancelled out by an excellent strike from Lewis Bate. Kaikai gave the Dons a deserved half-time lead with his first goal since arriving at the Club in January but Karl Robinson’s Oxford earned themselves a share of the spoils courtesy of a much-improved second-half showing and a terrific goal from Bate, 20 minutes from time. The result sees the Dons drop a place in the Sky Bet League One table, down to 20th. Oxford United FC Official (@oufcofficial) 56K Followers, 224 Following, 4958 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Oxford United FC Official (@oufcofficial) UPDATES: Oxford United v Cambridge United – live 1 hour ago — All the build-up, action and reaction as Oxford United welcome Cambridge United to Grenoble Road on Boxing Day. Oxford United (5th) v ... Cambridge United FC (@CambridgeUtdFC) · X Crucially, though, they remain a point above the bottom four. Jackson named an unchanged starting XI and substitutes bench from last weekend's victory over Bristol Rovers, with Daniel Harvie making his 100th start for the Club at left-back. Oxford threatened first with a teasing cross in from the left which was claimed by Jamie Cumming. The MK Dons goalkeeper then started a counterattack, one that led to a chance for Jonathan Leko, who fired over from a tight angle. The Dons worked their way into the Oxford penalty area soon after but weren’t able to fashion a chance on goal. Devoy then picked out Mo Eisa on the edge of the U’s box but, being forced off balance by a defender, he failed to hit the target with a right-footed strike. Looking to punish the Dons, Oxford came forward and threatened goal with a long-range strike from Brannagan, which sailed well wide. The Dons were then forced to deal with a teasing corner delivery, with Harvie the man able to clear lines. With a minute remaining in the first half, Watson got himself in the way of Ateef Konate’s shot. Kaikai threatened midway through the first half, taking his man on down the left before firing a teasing a ball across the face of goal. All it needed was a touch but there wasn’t a teammate able to get on the end of it. Moments later, the January signing was in possession of the ball again and this time he decided to go for goal himself – much to his and the Dons’ reward. Collecting Eisa’s pass after a quick and neat move forward by Jackson’s men, KAIKAI moved inside from the flank and saw the opportunity present itself for him to send the ball through a crowded area and into the bottom right-hand corner of Simon Eastwood’s net. Form and head to head stats Oxford Utd vs Cambridge U Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report Oxford United vs Cambridge United. Sky Bet League One. 3:00pm, Tuesday 26th ...


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