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Exeter City vs Oxford United Preview, Tips & Stats

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      • (52') M. Alli
      • (12') M. Harris
      • (40') C. Brannagan (PG)
      • (51') W. Aimson
      • (93') L. Harris
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      • (84') F. Stevens
      • (89') J. Cumming

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          Exeter City vs Oxford United Preview, Tips & Stats

          Oxford United make the trip to St James Park to take on Exeter City in the early Saturday kick off in League One. In the last week of the League One season, Oxford could claim the last Play-off spot with a win, whereas Exeter could secure a top half finish.

          Exeter currently sit 12th in League One after 45 games. The Grecians have 17 wins, ten draws and 18 losses, leaving them on 61 points, two points within the top half of the table.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Exeter have four wins and one draw.

          Ben Williams opened the scoring for Cheltenham early in the second half but Luke Harris equalised for Exeter within five minutes. In the last minute of the game, Reece Cole converted his penalty to give Exeter the 2 - 1 win. Exeter saw Cole on the scoresheet again in the next time out against Stevenage, scoring the only goal of the game in the 38th minute to give Exeter the 1 - 0 win.

          Ollie O’Neill opened the scoring for Leyton Orient to give them the 1 - 0 lead at halftime, and George Moncur doubled the lead just after the hour mark. With just two minutes of normal time remaining, Millenic Alli got Exeter on the scoresheet and in the second minute of extra time Will Aimson popped up with a goal to give Exeter the 2 - 2 draw. Exeter were once again down by two goals at halftime, with Ethan Chislett and Baylee Dipepa both scoring for Port Vale. However, in the second half, Alli grabbed a brace and was joined on the scoresheet by Zak Jules and Harris in a 4 - 2 win for The Grecians.

          The last time out for Exeter City was against Northampton Town. Harris opened the scoring in the 20th minute but Ryan Woods was also shown a red before halftime. Jon Guthrie equalised for Northampton with 15 minutes to go, but a goal from Aimson gave Exeter the 2 - 1 win.

          Oxford United sit just above Exeter in seventh in League One. In 45 games, Oxford have 21 games, 11 draws and 13 losses which leaves them on 74 points, equal with Lincoln in the last Play-off place.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Oxford have three wins, one draw and one loss.

          A brace from Mark Harris and goals from Cameron Brannagan and Owen Dale gave Oxford the 4 - 0 win over Fleetwood, who had just 38% of the possession. Oxford picked up another 4 - 0 win the next time out against Burton Albion. Harris picked up another brace and was joined on the scoresheet by Josh Murphy and James Henry as Oxford picked up another 4 - 0 win.

          The visit from Peterborough saw another big scoreline for Oxford. Harris was on the scoresheet again, this time with a penalty, along with Murphy and Billy Bodin. Ruben Rodrigues was the player to pick up a brace this time as Oxford won 5 - 0. However, the next time out Oxford were handed a 1 - 0 loss by ten-man Lincoln, with Daniel Mandriou converting his penalty for the win despite Dylan Duffy’s red card.

          The most recent outing for Oxford was against Stevenage. An own goal from Sam Long gave Stevenage the lead at halftime but a penalty from Brannagan rescued a 1 - 1 draw for Oxford.

          Exeter City and Oxford United have met 40 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1963. Exeter have the better record in the fixture with 15 wins in comparison to Oxford United’s 11 wins, with a draw being more common than an Oxford win, happening on 14 occasions.

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          Oxford United Team News

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