- — James Constable (@JamesConstable9)Fri, Nov 15 2013 14:09:52Decent training session this morning, now on the bus heading up to Mansfield! Got "Band of Brothers" box set to watch, on the long journey!😎
- — Andy Wilmer (@andywilmer)Sat, Nov 16 2013 13:45:34Want Beano to score his 100th today but selfishly really want him to score it next week at Gateshead because I'll be there! #OUFC
- — Oxford United FC (@OUFClive)Sat, Nov 16 2013 14:24:03United's side to take on Mansfield: Clarke, Hunt, Raynes, Mullins, Newey, Williams, Whing, Rose, Rigg, Kitson, Smalley, #oufc
- — Andy Wilmer (@andywilmer)Sat, Nov 16 2013 14:23:06Only thing I would change about the #OUFC starting 11 is Beano for Smalley put I guess it's personal preference they both do a good job
- — Oxford Mail OUFC (@OxfordMailOUFC)Sat, Nov 16 2013 14:39:42Expect we'll see James Constable come off the bench at some point. He has four goals in #oufc's last four meetings with Mansfield.
- Oxford started brightly but it was the hosts who created the first chance of note, Ryan Clarke having to palm away Lee Stevenson's arrowed header after ten minutes.But fears that it was going to be 'one of those days' were soon allayed as Sean Rigg tapped in the rebound after Danny Rose's shot was parried by the Mansfield goalkeeper.
- — Oxford Mail OUFC (@OxfordMailOUFC)Sat, Nov 16 2013 15:15:18
Mansfield Town 1-3 Oxford United
United return to the top with another impressive away showing