OWEN James and Albie Hopkins are available to face Oxford City tonight, three days after making their debuts for the club.

The teenagers joined on youth loans, but are eligible to play for Oxford United in the Oxfordshire Senior Cup quarter-final at Court Place Farm (7.45).

The visitors are expected to name a youthful side, although striker Jonte Smith could be included.

City, who knocked out the U’s in the last four en route to lifting the cup, are also planning on some rotation.

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Boss Mark Jones said: “We won’t be in a position to make lots of changes.

“But we are going to rest one or two who have played a lot recently.

“I think it might be an opportunity for a couple of others who have shown promise, so I will look to mix it up.”

Craig Fasanmade, who is on loan at Thame United, is able to feature, while City are checking to see if goalkeeper Craig King can play as he serves a league suspension.

North Leigh await the winners in the semi-final.

Banbury United and Ardley United are already through and their clash will be hosted at Kidlington on Wednesday, March 20.