Head-to-head record (all comps)

Oxford 11 wins, AFC Wimbledon 4 wins, 2 draws

League One form (last six games)

Oxford Utd: LDWWWW = 13pts

AFC Wimbledon: WWWLWD = 13pts

Top scorers

Oxford Utd

  • James Henry 14 (10 in L1)
  • Marcus Browne 8 (5)
  • Gavin Whyte 6 (4), Jamie Mackie 6 (5), Cameron Brannagan 6 (3)

AFC Wimbledon

  • Joe Pigott 14 (11)
  • Kwesi Appiah 7 (4)
  • James Hanson 5 (5), Anthony Wordsworth 5 (2)

Also read: Captain John Mousinho hoping to see a more expansive Oxford United

Last meeting

September 29, 2018: AFC Wimbledon 2, Oxford United 1


Oxford United

  • United have won their last four league games. They have not won five league games in a row in the same season since December 2008-January 2009 (Ebbsfleet United, Salisbury City, Altrincham, Forest Green Rovers, Crawley Town).
  • The U’s have won ten home league games this season – a figure which has only been beaten once in the previous six campaigns (11 in 2016/17).
  • There have been stoppage-time goals in the last three games at the Kassam Stadium – the winners against Wycombe Wanderers and Bradford City, plus Scunthorpe United’s consolation.

Also read: U's boss Karl Robinson's exclusive column

AFC Wimbledon

  • They have been in the relegation zone since October 20, but can climb out today if results go their way.
  • Wally Downes’s side were nine points adrift at the bottom on February 9, but since then only Luton Town and Barnsley have collected more victories (six from 12 games).
  • After failing to win any of their first 12 meetings, Wimbledon have beaten the U’s in four of the last five clashes, including the reverse fixture in September (2-1).


Alan Young (Cambridgeshire).

  • 32 games this season (4 red cards, 143 yellows).
  • The last time he took charge of a United game was the 2-2 draw at Doncaster Rovers in December.