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We've met before: Oxford United

28 January 2021

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Fleetwood Town are set to travel to Kassam Stadium on Saturday afternoon to face Oxford United in another Sky Bet League One clash.

The Cod Army have faced The Yellows 12 times in competitive fixtures, with Fleetwood winning on 10 occasions, and the two sides sharing the points on the other two occasions.

Last Competitive Clash

The last time these sides met was in October 2020, with the Cod Army taking all three points after a -2-0 win on a drizzly afternoon at Highbury.

Callum Camps broke the deadlock in the first minute of the game as he managed to volley the ball from 20-yards into the back of the net, before a second-half goal from substitute Paddy Madden doubled the side’s lead.

Last time at Kassam Stadium

It’s been a couple of seasons since Fleetwood last travelled to the Kassam, as the last meeting ended up being a 2-0 win back in August 2018.

Ched Evans opened the scoring on the afternoon after Kyle Dempsey worked well on the right-hand side to win the ball back from Curtis Nelson, and the midfielder had the composure to cross the ball across to Evans, who couldn’t miss from five yards.

And it was Madden who picked the ball up to take the penalty after Burns was taken down by Oxford keeper Scott Shearer. The forward sent the goalkeeper the wrong way sending the travelling away fans home happy.

Watch Fleetwood on iFollow!

Supporters can now purchase video match passes for Fleetwood Town’s Sky Bet League One clash against Oxford United on Saturday.

With fans still unable to attend games, the iFollow match pass is your best option to watch the Cod Army play.

Simon Wiles' side are set to face Oxford in a league clash at the Kassam Stadium on Saturday, with Town looking to build on their two consecutive clean sheets - and you can watch the game for just £10!

If you'd like to purchase your match pass, click HERE.

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