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- AFC Wimbledon 0 Oxford Utd 2
- U's top of the table heading into November
- Gateshead at home in FA Cup first round
- Post your comments below
Right then, who wants to be in with a chance to win tickets to Oxford United's game against Bristol Rovers on Saturday?
We have teamed up with Sky Bet and have ten pairs to give away.
First, work out the answer to this question: Who is the Bristol Rovers manager?
Then email us your answer with your name and a contact phone number to email@example.com by 10am tomorrow (Tuesday, October 29).
Normal Oxford Mail competition rules apply, you must be over 18 to enter. See www.skybet.com/tickets for full terms and conditions.
Time to leave @hovis1988 in peace, but if you want to enter our ticket comp the details will be here in 5 mins: http://t.co/eLuejT05e3— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Well, that hour flew by! Thanks to everyone who got in touch, apologies if your tweet wasn't included but there were too many to mention.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC In previous years it would be 8k plus but the way this season has gone might be 6500.— @OUFCGoldenBoy 28 October 2013
Finally, what about Bristol Rovers on Sat? They're bound to bring plenty of fans, #oufc are top - this should be a big gate, shouldn't it?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC be interesting to see the demand for tickets if the club did something extremely cheap or big discount, bring fans back— @le_knight_mare 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC on paper we should beat them but lower league teams in the F.A Cup produce some magic! Concentrate on the league in my eyes.— @oxypee1979 28 October 2013
I'm sure we'll hear something from #oufc this week about ticket prices for Gateshead.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC think the club need to do a proper ticket reduction & really promote this game to ignite the interest.— @oufcwestoxon76 28 October 2013
The financial angle is always a powerful incentive for clubs like #oufc. Decent run could give Wilder something to use in the window.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC would be good to get a massive 3rd if draw. Money for the club.— @johnpritchard26 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC cup would be a bonus but going all out for a slight chance of a big payday not the priority, league all the way— @OUFCAddict 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC we're looking at round 2 unless complacency rears its head. Possible chance for a few Youth to start, Callum, Bevans etc— @Purple_monk 28 October 2013
Good run in the cup may give us funds to strengthen in January?! @OxfordMailOUFC— @le_knight_mare 28 October 2013
To be fair, don't think #oufc took it lightly last season to reach the third rd. Would a cup run be welcome though, or is it all about L2?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @OUFCGoldenBoy: @OxfordMailOUFC Decent draw in the cup. A home draw in R1 against lower league opposition has got to be welcomed. Won't …— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @le_knight_mare: @OxfordMailOUFC would like to see ticket prices significantly lowered for the FA cup game, good draw, hope we take it s…— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
There's also the FA Cup draw to discuss in the final 15 mins. Thoughts on Gateshead at home for #oufc?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @andywilmer: @OxfordMailOUFC such a good feeling to see #OUFC back on top of lge 2 & the fact we've fought our way back up there makes i…— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC very good and deserved , long may it continue !— @Codydavies1991 28 October 2013
Think we've established there are a few options available to #oufc. Whatever they do, they'll go into the game top. Just how good is that?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Yup, Whing drops into a back 3, 4 man midfield (Rigg, Rose, Davies, Potter (fit?) with Kitson behind Beano and Deano— @JDK_ 28 October 2013
Two youthful options there. Think it's unlikely but you never know. Hunt could come across to LB and play Davies at RB? #oufc— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Marvin Ekpiteta— @OUFCsNumber21 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Give Bevans a go at left back— @OllieWilliams33 28 October 2013
JW can play left back (FM knows all). But if Mullins isn't fit, who is the other centre half? Whing could drop in there?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC could go 3-4-1-2 with Kitson also being back— @GrantTaylor96 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC play 3 at the bank Whingy in front job done! Wright can play LB can't he? He can on FM anyway!— @andywilmer 28 October 2013
RT @OUFCAddict: @OufcGoody @OxfordMailOUFC thinking it might be 3 at the back again on sat with somebody stepping in a left wing back— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Newey's suspension gives #oufc a headache for Sat. With Meades injured & Mullins maybe not back, how would you set the U's up?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Yep, good point well made @Purple_monk, Clarkey made several important stops. Clean handling, decent punches.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC @charlottemaisey Clarkey being overlooked a little, he was fantastic on saturday. Kept us ahead multiple times #oufc— @Purple_monk 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC @hovis1988 Think he's a sleeping giant played well end of last season & hasn't really been given a chance so far this one— @andywilmer 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC @hovis1988 was happy to see him get some game time, has been a little underplayed compared to Hall this season— @Purple_monk 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC @hovis1988 provided stability and composure in midfield when came on well done— @Codydavies1991 28 October 2013
Anything more positive than that? Come on, @hovis1988 played his part on Saturday.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC @hovis1988 average at corners— @OUFCWomble 28 October 2013
Who has got some love for @hovis1988, seeing as he's tuned in?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
It's that hour of the week again where Pritch and the @OxfordMailOUFC take up my timeline!— @hovis1988 28 October 2013
Agree with that @charlottemaisey - Wright has made a difference too. Thought Sat was his best performance of the season. Blocks ahoy!— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @charlottemaisey: @OxfordMailOUFC He was superb 2nd half as he has been every game. No coincidence the run of clean sheets started when …— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
The ref must have thought that, @OUFCsNumber21, but Rigg was saying last week how desperate he was to score. No way he'd go down.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Stonewall penalty, from where we were, as a referee myself I should back him up, he probably thought Rigg tripped.....— @OUFCsNumber21 28 October 2013
Steady on, @andywilmer , there's a long old way for #oufc to go. Love the enthusiasm though, you have to enjoy being top.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @andywilmer: @OxfordMailOUFC Me! A good win another goal for Beano and a massive leap towards promotion! Long may it continue!— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Think Wilder's subs all had a positive impact. Smalley dangerous, Davies shored things up & thought Ruffels cameo was excellent. #oufc— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC looked much better & more balanced after subs with 4-1-3-2 (ish). Davies maybe under-rated by Wilder? Raynes/Wright superb.— @brinyhoof 28 October 2013
Not sure what was happening on that, Dan. Think Wright was making it clear Smalley was taking the pen. 2 out of 2 for him from the spot.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
RT @dan_field96: @OxfordMailOUFC Listened from France, only second game ive missed this season! What was going on with wright and beano at …— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Don't like bashing refs, but could not understand how the Rigg penalty shouts (esp the first one) could be turned down. Anyone disagree?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC the officials were absolutely dreadful...— @GrantTaylor96 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC it's going to make selection very very tough for the manager when Mullins comes back!— @andywilmer 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC good too have such competition for places this season, defence is very strong— @le_knight_mare 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC great win! Another clean sheet. Very impressed with Raynes and again the fans were first class!— @buboxno1 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC centre halves were unbelievable, Michael Raynes proving a lot of fans wrong just as Andy Whing did a few seasons ago!— @Mitcheast1 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Raynes was immense again. The ref was poor though, denied us two clear penalties in the first half— @OUFCPCW 28 October 2013
Raynes in terrific form. Can't think of a better game he's played for #oufc. Anyone recall a stronger performance from him?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Yep, great to see some goals, but it was the #oufc defence who really stood out. Superb under pressure throughout.— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Geat result. Big shout for Michael Raynes. I've been a critic of his in the past but he's playing very well at the moment.— @OUFCGoldenBoy 28 October 2013
@OxfordMailOUFC Raynes and wright superb, guna be hard for mullins too get back in unless he wants to play left back sat?— @OufcGoody 28 October 2013
Right, let's start with Saturday's win at AFC Wimbledon. Who's first?— @OxfordMailOUFC 28 October 2013
Good morning everyone and welcome to our weekly Oxford United chat.
No shortage of positive things to talk about this morning, so let's enjoy ourselves for the next hour.
As always you drive the conversation, so don't be shy in sharing your thoughts. Get in touch by tweeting @oxfordmailoufc or by posting a comment below.
And stick around until 11.30am, as we have ten pairs of tickets to give away to Saturday's game against Bristol Rovers.
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