OXFORD United's season is on the line tomorrow when they host Portsmouth in the Sky Bet League One semi-final second leg.

The tie is evenly poised after the sides drew 1-1 at Fratton Park on Friday night.

It saw United (15-8) leapfrog Pompey (2-1) in the betting for promotion, but it is very tight behind Wycombe Wanderers (6-4) who ran up a 4-1 lead against Fleetwood Town (33-1).

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While the Kassam Stadium is empty, removing most of the 'home' advantage normally associated with these games, James Henry believes it is still worth something.

He said: "It’s still your surroundings and it’s what we’re used to.

"We know the dimensions of our pitch, it might sound stupid but it does make a difference."

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Since being introduced in 1987, 33 away teams have drawn 1-1 in the first leg of their semi-final across the second, third and fourth tiers.

Of those 23 have gone on to reach the final, with 11 finishing the job by sealing promotion.

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