Head-to-head record (all comps)

Oxford 17 wins, Peterborough 11 wins, 6 draws

League One form (last six games)

Oxford Utd: DWDWLW = 11pts

Peterborough Utd: WWLDDW = 11pts

Top scorers

Oxford Utd

  • James Henry 8 (5 in L1)
  • Marcus Browne 7 (4)
  • Gavin Whyte 5 (3)

Peterborough Utd

  • Matt Godden 13 (9)
  • Jason Cummings 8 (6)
  • Ivan Toney 8 (5)

Last meeting

March 17, 2018: Oxford Utd 2 (Dickie, Henry), Peterborough Utd 1 (Marriott)

Last meeting at London Road

September 30, 2017: Peterborough Utd 1 (Marriott), Oxford Utd 4 (Ruffels, Thomas, Rothwell, Mehmeti)


Oxford United

  • Have won their last five league meetings with Peterborough – the longest run against any of the sides in the current top four divisions.
  • Are the only team in League One yet to win away this season.
  • The last time United failed to win an away league game before December was in the promotion campaign of 1995/96.
  • If Jamie Hanson plays, it will be the 75th appearance of his career.

Peterborough United

  • Have won just two of their last eight home games in League One.
  • Their 12 goals at home is half their tally in away league games – and six fewer than the U’s have managed at the Kassam Stadium.
  • Have only failed to score in three of their 20 league games this season.


Charles Breakspear

  • 23 games this season (9 red cards, 82 yellows).
  • Last took charge of Oxford for their 3-0 defeat at Portsmouth in March, where he sent off Alex Mowatt.


Jamie Hanson believes a win for United today would send out a statement to the rest of League One.

Gavin Whyte will head into today's game feeling refreshed after being given extra time off this week.

Peterborough boss Steve Evans is pleased to see Karl Robinson turn the U's season around.