OXFORD United will hope their third trip to Yorkshire this season goes the same way as the previous two.

The wins at Sheffield Wednesday in October and Doncaster Rovers two months later were eerily similar: The U’s took the lead, the hosts hit back and James Henry came off the bench to score late on.

Someone else will have to make themselves a hero at Rotherham United tomorrow after the midfielder’s nasty injury at Fleetwood Town last week.

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But that day at Hillsborough was United's first away victory of the season and Henry's 93rd-minute strike was worth the wait.

It is my personal highlight of the campaign to date and seeing the explosion of joy behind the goal when the midfielder's clever finish found the net is why nothing beats live football.

That tribalistic away support is arguably what the game missed most during lockdown and it has been great to see large United followings at so many grounds.

The wins at MK Dons and Charlton Athletic stand out, while the 650 fans that trekked to Gillingham in January were rewarded with a simply bonkers 7-2 victory.

Days like that make the disappointing draws and defeats – of which there were many – worthwhile.

It is fitting that United’s final trip of the regular season is another sell-out, as 1,200 fans travel to Rotherham for another must-win game.

Hopefully the U’s can give them another magic moment, which might just lead to one more away day.