OXFORD United are delighted with the demand for their half season tickets.

They have outsold the last three campaigns since becoming available last Friday.

It is a reflection of the U’s strong start to the season, especially at home, where they have lost just once in 13 games and scored 30 goals.

As part of the half season ticket offer, supporters will get a bonus entry to the Wycombe Wanderers game on December 21.

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It is part of a three-game run where United are aiming to get 10,000-strong crowds.

They have already sold out the first, Manchester City in the Carabao Cup, while the sequence is completed by Lincoln City’s visit on Boxing Day.

Matt Everett, United’s marketing director, said: “If we achieve it, that would be five 10,000 crowds before Christmas, which would be unheard of since we moved stadium.

“And we would still have games against Sunderland, Ipswich, Portsmouth and Bristol Rovers to come.

“It would really set us up.

“The football we have been playing and results we have been getting means people want to come and watch us, which is great.”