Head-to-head record (all comps)

Oxford 17 wins, Bradford City 14 wins, 8 draws

League One form (last six games)

Oxford Utd: LLWWLD = 7pts

Bradford City: LDLLWL = 4pts

Top scorers

Oxford Utd

• James Henry 14 (10 in L1)

• Marcus Browne 8 (5)

• Gavin Whyte 6 (4)

Bradford City

• Eoin Doyle 10 (10 in L1)

• Jack Payne 9 (9)

• Anthony O’Connor 6 (6), David Ball 6 (4)

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Last meeting

November 24, 2018: Bradford City 2, Oxford Utd 0

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Oxford United

• United are within three points of five teams and could move out of the relegation zone with a victory.

• The U’s have not beaten Bradford in the league at home since October 15, 2016 – Chris Maguire netting the winner with a 90th-minute free-kick.

• United’s defeat at Valley Parade in November ended a nine-match unbeaten run in all competitions – their longest spell without a loss this season.

• If Jerome Sinclair scores tomorrow he will be the first Oxford striker to find the back of the net in successive home games since Jon Obika in January 2018.

• Sam Long will better his best run of league games for the U’s, first set in the final four games of the 2014/15 season, if he keeps his place in the side.

Bradford City

• The Bantams would move to within a point of the U’s with a victory.

• Bradford have not won on the road in 2019 – their last success on their travels came at Rochdale in a 4-0 victory on December 29, 2018.

• They have the second worst away record in the league, picking up just 13 points from 18 games – United are only a point better off though.

• Bradford have conceded 62 league goals – the second highest in the division.

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Andy Davies (Hampshire)

• 30 games this season (6 red cards, 102 yellows).

• He has not taken charge of a United game since August 23, 2016 – a 4-2 League Cup defeat at home to Brighton.