SATURDAY'S derby clash will be the first time Swindon have visited Oxford for a decade.

But U’s fans will be hoping the break will not alter their strong home record in the fixture.

United have won four of their last five home games in all competitions against the Robins.

December 8, 2002 Oxford Utd 1, Swindon Tn 0 (FA Cup second round)

The most recent clash was also the first at the Kassam Stadium.

Jefferson Louis headed the only goal of the game, which saw Oxford pull off an FA Cup shock live on television to dump Swindon, who played a division above them, out of the competition.

The win was made sweeter shortly after the full-time whistle when the U’s were handed a trip to Arsenal in round three – sparking infamous scenes of Louis, a Gunners fan, dancing around the changing room virtually naked.

March 10, 2001 Oxford Utd 0 Swindon Tn 2 (Second Division)

United’s only failure in the past five meetings came during a dire nine-game winless streak en route to finishing bottom of the Second Division.

The bad-tempered game was almost abandoned as coins and bottles rained down from the terraces towards Swindon goalkeeper Steve Mildenhall.

Dean Whitehead and Matt Murphy were sent off as Steve Robinson scored twice to give the visitors victory.

February 13, 1999 Oxford Utd 2, Swindon Tn 0 (First Division)

Dean Windass etched his name into derby folklore with a double to decide a scrappy game at the Manor.

The striker converted a first half penalty and pounced nine minutes from time to bury a second goal from close range.

Victory briefly eased relegation fears, but the U’s finished the season second bottom, while Swindon avoided the drop by three points.

April 11, 1998 Oxford Utd 2, Swindon Tn 1 (First Division)

Joey Beauchamp played a key role in sinking his former club by setting up both Oxford’s goals in a tight game.

Towering striker Kevin Francis headed the hosts in front at a corner and a Beauchamp free-kick allowed Phil Gilchrist to make it 2-0 before the break.

Despite George Ndah halving the deficit from the penalty spot, the U’s held on for a seventh win in eight home games under Malcolm Shotton.

April 19, 1997 Oxford Utd 2, Swindon Tn 0 (First Division)

The U’s leapfrogged Swindon in the bottom half of the First Division table with victory late in the 1996/97 season.

Martin Aldridge opened the scoring on 19 minutes and Stuart Massey doubled the lead on the half-hour mark just after coming on as a substitute as United cruised to victory.