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Same again for U's as Potter fails to recover
CHRIS Wilder is likely to name an unchanged side to take on Accrington Stanley today after Oxford United’s impressive display last week.
The U’s switched to a 3-4-3 system in their 2-0 win over Northampton and with no fresh injury worries, it is likely to be the same again.
Alfie Potter (hamstring) is still not fit and did not travel, while James Constable is expected to keep his place up front at the expense of Deane Smalley after scoring in the last two games.
Accrington have striker Kayode Odejayi suspended following a 1-1 draw at AFC Wimbledon last weekend.
Michael Liddle (ankle) and Laurence Wilson (groin) are out, but Shay McCartan and James Gray will return after international duty with Northern Ireland Under 21s.
Accrington Stanley: from Bettinelli, Hunt, Aldred, Atkinson, Naylor, Joyce, Murphy, Richardson, Caton, Gray, Mongoia, McCartan, Winnard, Carver, Hatfield, Naismith, Miller, Webber, Dunbavin.
Oxford Utd: probable Clarke, Mullins, Raynes, Wright, Hunt, Whing, Rose, Newey, Rigg, Kitson, Constable. Subs from: Smalley, Williams, O’Dowda, Marsh, Hall, Davies, Ruffels, Bevans, Crocombe.
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