OXFORD City will be looking to build on their positive start to the season when they visit Chelmsford City tomorrow.

A pair of inch-perfect Josh Ashby free-kicks saw them begin the Vanarama National League South campaign with a 2-0 victory at home to Bath City on Tuesday night.

It followed a hard-fought Emirates FA Cup win at Royal Wootton Bassett Town on their return to competitive action three days earlier.

Oldfield praised the collective effort against Bath, but knows Chelmsford will always present a tough challenge.

He said: “Overall it was an even game where we managed to get on the right side of the line.

“I’m very pleased with the application and the attitude of the boys.

“Hopefully we can maintain that and kick on moving forward.”

Banbury United are another side looking to claim a third victory in eight days.

Andy Whing steered the Puritans to a second Southern League Premier Central success of the campaign at Nuneaton Borough on Tuesday.

Next up, they welcome early leaders Needham Market for what will be an early test of both sides’ credentials.

Thame United are the pick of Oxfordshire’s Division One Central sides so far.

Mark West’s side climbed to fifth with a 4-1 thrashing of Coleshill Town in midweek and are at the ASM Stadium again tomorrow.

Welwyn Garden City, who have played just two league games so far, are the visitors.

At the other end of the table, North Leigh prop up the division, but can climb with a first three-point haul of the campaign at Bedford Town.

A rejuvenated Wantage Town have already surpassed their points total from last season and will be looking to maintain that form when they visit Berkhamsted.

Kidlington are away to Biggleswade on the back of their 3-0 win over Didcot Town, who are at winless St Neots Town.