plymouth (home ko 3:00pm)
Next up at Aggborough are one of the form teams of the moment, Plymouth Argyle.
Last Tuesday's 3-1 win at home to Swansea made it three in a row for the Devonians.
After picking up only one point in their first three games they have now gone on to win three in a row including an exciting 3-2 win at our old friends Rushden.
These wins have now sent Argyle up to eighth in the table.
I think it's time we burst their bubble, although it's looking very unlikely following some less than inspiring displays recently.
May be 'Pop' Larkin is the one to turn our fortunes round after joining us on a months loan from Wolves, but who will he be teamed up with. Hadley or Broughton?
I think it will be Drewe, after Hadleys disappointing form of late I don't think he will be starting and with Jan looking to put Drewe in the shop window then it will be Drewe who gets the nod.
If the combination of Larkin/Broughton works then it can only be for the good of the club rather than Oxford.
On the injury front Plymouth seem to be Ok and should continue with the same team that they put out against Swansea.
For us Parfait serves the last day of his suspension so can be discounted, Clarkson should continue here.
Mark Blake could return after his minor hamstring injury and Scott Stamps could also be back if his recurring foot injury has cleared up. Ian Joy stands by.
After Dean Bennetts excellent showing at Rochdale last Saturday he will probably replace Blake if he doesn't make it.
And who makes way for Larkin, well it's got to be Ian Foster hasn't it.
Brock, Murphy, Stamps, Clarkson, Hinton, Smith, Blake, Bird, Davies, Faulds, Joy, Bennett, Shilton, Doyle, Foster, Murphy, Hadley, Broughton, Larkin, Ducros, Corbett.
Larrieu, Worrell, Beswetherick, Coughlan, Wotton, Friio, McGlinchey, Phillips, Adams, Evans, Banger, Stonebridge, Hodges, Wills, Broad, McCormick, Taylor, Evers, Gritton.
LAST SEASONS RESULTS