OXFORD City Ladies aim to break their duck in the FA Women’s Super League’s Continental Tyres Cup when they host Doncaster Rovers Belles at Court Place Farm tomorrow (2).

Having lost their first three games of competition against WSL 1, Oxford have a chance to grab a positive result against a fellow WSL 2 team.

The teams have already met in the league this season, drawing 2-2 at the same venue after Oxford’s Kayleigh Hines curled home a fantastic free-kick in the last minute.

U’s manager Andy Cook, believes Belles will not take the hosts lightly after their improved form this season.

He said: “We have changed the perception of Oxford United from a team that just turns up, to a team that turns up to take three points and win in every game.

“I think they will change their approach – they have to. They can’t come here and concede twice again.”

l OXFORD United have signed teenage goalkeeper Max Harris from Hereford on a two-year scholarship.

The 18-year-old played for England Colleges and England Schools last year.

It is understood United have not paid a fee, but the Bulls would be eligible for a payment if he broke into the first team.