- It's still very early days in the season but this week's match against Exeter has the potential to be one of those standout matches that mark a turning point in the direction of our season. With Exeter third and us currently fourth and one point behind, recent weeks have seen the top of the table become somewhat cramped as the early pacesetters have slipped and the chasing pack have caught up. But at the end of this round of fixtures, there's a very good chance that things will be less bunched as some drop points and others pull away. A win could see us go top while a defeat would put us four points behind and thus the result of this game could determine whether we remain one of the pacesetters or slip back to become one of the chasing pack.
- — Oxford Mail OUFC (@OxfordMailOUFC)Tue, Oct 22 2013 17:44:07
- — Oxford Mail OUFC (@OxfordMailOUFC)Tue, Oct 22 2013 17:52:21Evening all, one change for #oufc. Mullins (ankle) doesn't make it so Ryan Williams makes only his second league start. Hunt reverts to RB.
- — Oxford Mail OUFC (@OxfordMailOUFC)Tue, Oct 22 2013 18:02:43Also a milestone for Chris Wilder tonight, it's his 250th game in charge if #oufc. Can he make it win number 116?
- — Laura Sanders (@MissSanders9)Tue, Oct 22 2013 18:16:56Wilder: Manages 250th game tonight, 113 wins so far. That's a 46% win rate, not bad for a man whose head gets called for every year! #OUFC
- — Deadly the Roadie (@DeadlyTheRoadie)Tue, Oct 22 2013 18:14:19250 games in charge for Chris Wilder, 75% win/draw ratio... That's pretty good by my reckoning. #oufc
Oxford United 0-0 Exeter City
Oxford held for the second consecutive match, despite a determined effort to find a way past a steadfast Grecians defence