Oxford United Football Club are one of three teams battling it out for automatic promotion from League Two.
The U's face local rivals Wycombe Wanderers in a sell-out game at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford. If they match or better Bristol Rovers result they will be assured a place in League One.
Ahead of today's 3pm kick off Michael Appleton's side sit in third place - one point above Bristol Rovers.
Oxford-based London Welsh must learn the lessons of their 25-21 defeat to Bristol, says Exiles’ head coach Justin Burnell. The result guaranteed Bristol top spot in the Greene King IPA Championship table, while Welsh may still need to beat Nottingham on April 26 to be sure of second place.
'We don’t make excuses; we’re not what about that,' said Burnell. 'We lost the game and it’s up to us now to rectify our errors. We defended too much, we didn’t use the ball well and when we did use it, it was a little bit too late.'
Thames Valley Police say they're taking a zero tolerance to football violence after three more men were arrested after clashes between rival Oxford United and Bristol Rover fans. In total six men have been arrested after the match at the Kassam Stadium on February 9.
Supt Christian Bunt, said: “I will not tolerate football related disorder and I expect further arrests to be made. We cannot allow a small number of individuals to threaten the safety and enjoyment of attending a football match.
"We will also be taking a zero tolerance approach on match days where we believe trouble is likely.”
Thames Valley Police have made three more arrests after fans of Oxford United and Bristol Rovers clashed during a mathc at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday, February 9. A 47-year-old man from Marston, a 40-year-old man from Wantage and a 39-year-old man from Witney are all in police custody.
They were arrested on suspicion of committing public order offences. Three people were arrested at the match. Two men, both aged 47, have been released on bail until March 8and a third man, aged 45, has been bailed until March 9.
One lane closed due to Oxford Half Marathon on A4142 Eastern By-Pass Road Westbound between Horspath Road and Sandy Lane West. From 9:00 until 10:45 on Sunday 14th October.
Watlington Road in both directions closed due to Oxford Half Marathon between Grenoble Road and Berry Close. There is also no access onto Watlington Street from Oxford Road, Garsington. From 9:00 until 10:00 on Sunday 14th October.
The Oxford Half Marathon starts on Grenoble Road at 9.30am.
The Oxford Half Marathon takes place today. Sir Roger Bannister will set the runners off at the starting line on Grenoble Road near the Kassam Stadium at 9.30am. The half marathon finishes inside the stadium.
A local derby football match will begin between Oxford United and Swindon Town at 12:00 Saturday 3rd March. It will be a hotly contested game with intense rivalry on and off the pitch.