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Wycombe 0 Oxford 0 - stats,reaction,highlights
Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:08

Wycombe 0 Oxford 0 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 15th September 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, McCarthy, Jombati, Stewart (sub 7 Harriman, 8), Jacobson, Morris, Gape, Bloomfield, Williams (sub 83 Cowan-Hall), Mackail-Smith (sub 61 Akinfenwa), Onyedinma - subs not used: Ma-Kalambay, Saunders, Kashket, Thompson

Scorers: none

Bookings: Jacobson 71, Jombati 76, McCarthy 80, Gape 85

Oxford United: Mitchell, Norman, Nelson, Mousinho, Garbutt, Brannagan (sub 24 Ruffels), Baptiste, Whyte, Obika (sub 76 Smith), Henry (sub 63 Browne), Holmes - subs not used: Shearer, Dickie, Raglan, Long

Note: Some national news services omitted the 76th minute substitution for Oxford United

Scorers: none

Bookings: Baptiste 79, Mousinho 80

Derek Fazackelly (Coach) 90+2 and Karl Robinson (Manager) 90+7 also booked

Referee: David Webb

Attendance: 6,879 (1,816 away)

Team News

Two changes for Wanderers from the starting XI that had lost 3-2 at Charlton Athletic the previous weekend - Matt Bloomfield and Millwall loanee Fred Onyedinma brought in, in favour of Curtis Thompson and Adebayo Akinfenwa - both who moved to the bench.

In: Bloomfield, Onyedinma
Out: Thompson, Akinfenwa


Gareth Ainsworth

“They were the better side first half. Whyte was fantastic and we had to stop him getting the ball. But we nullified it and got back into the game.”

“I know Oxford fans don’t like it being called a derby but it certainly looked like a derby game and it’s a good point.”

"It was real blood, guts and thunder and yellow cards everywhere and the statuary penalty claims all over the place, the offside goal - everything - a great game to watch."

"Maybe we didn't deserve win the game today and maybe we didn't deserve to lose the game last week, that's football but [our] performance second half I was pleased. We lost a few of the middle of the park battles - that's everybody in the middle of the park not just the midfield. We've got to better there. I'm pleased with a point after all that. If everybody has had the emotional rush that I've had today, then that's money well spent."

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League Table

The result leaves both Wycombe and Oxford stuck in 19th and 23rd place in the 'League One' table respectively.
Wanderers have yet to register a home win in 2018/19 in ? attempts (3 draws, 1 defeat).

This was United's first League game of the season without conceding a goal - they had shipped 17 League goals in 7 games prior to their visit to Adams Park.

Portsmouth (hosts to Wycombe next weekend) are the new leaders having won at previous leaders Peterborough United.

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