OXFORD United are expecting to have top scorer James Henry back for Blackpool's visit on Saturday.

But doubts remain over Cameron Brannagan and Matty Taylor, with the Sky Bet League One clash at the Kassam Stadium possibly coming too soon in the pair's recovery from knee problems.

Henry though offers a considerable boost.

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The 11-goal midfielder has been out since aggravating a thigh injury on New Year's Day.

U's boss Karl Robinson said: "James Henry will probably make it and the rest are still touch and go.

"It’s massive, everyone knows how important Jamo is to us.

"We’re quite happy to have that one back in."

On the other two injury doubts, Robinson said: "It’s just a case of making sure he (Brannagan) doesn’t feel it where it affects his performance.

"We’re hoping the injection will take a little bit of that away.

"Matty will train tomorrow. He’s like Cameron, he’s still feeling it.

"He pulled out of training on Tuesday, we’ll have to wait and see with that one."