OXFORD RL aim to bounce back from their 36-22 defeat against Gateshead Thunder when they host London Skolars on Sunday (3).
But despite a third straight loss, they are only five points off the Kingstone Press Championship One play-offs.
Coach Tony Benson is confident his side can get it right.
“I am not concerned at all as we have been playing some really good stuff,” he said.
Skipper Alex Thompson could return after illness, while Jimmy Rowland (hamstring) faces a late fitness test.
But Chris Clarke (rib) and Luke Evans (muscle) are out.
Oxford RL: Baird, Benson, Bentley, Blaney, Briggs, Brooker, Connick, Crabtree, Davies, Ellison , Hadden, Hayles, Hoggins, S Morris, Mulkeen, Osborn, Rowland, Rice, Sharratt, Temata, Thompson, Newton, Winfield.
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9:34am Monday 3rd August 2015
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9:10am Monday 3rd August 2015
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10:32am Monday 3rd August 2015
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8:30am Monday 3rd August 2015
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7:30am Monday 3rd August 2015
7:10am Monday 3rd August 2015
OXFORD City were well beaten as they ended pre-season with a 4-1 defeat at Solihull Moors.
6:20am Monday 3rd August 2015
HUGO Darby scored 92 as Oxfordshire hold the upper hand against Cornwall after the first day of their Unicorns Counties Championship clash at Banbury.
6:00am Monday 3rd August 2015
BANBURY lost ground in the Division 1 title race after they were beaten by three wickets at leaders Henley.
4:49pm Saturday 1st August 2015
OXFORD United hit the woodwork three times and missed a penalty as they finished pre-season with a strong display but a goalless draw with Coventry City.