Ahead of each of United's games this season, we are looking back at memorable matches against their next opponents.

September 30, 2017: Peterborough United 1, Oxford United 4

OXFORD United stunned high-flying Peterborough United as they scored four second-half goals to return to winning ways.

Pep Clotet's side had lost their previous three Sky Bet League One games, but bounced back to record a comprehensive victory at London Road.

Predictions of an away win seemed wide of the mark early on, after the U's lost Rob Hall to injury and went a goal down to Jack Marriott's strike within the first 14 minutes.

They had displayed some attacking threat before the break, though, and burst into life after the restart.

United equalised just three minutes into the second half, with Jack Payne creator in chief.

The midfielder turned his man on the right wing before delivering an inviting cross, with Josh Ruffels arriving at the back post to head home.

Five minutes later the U's were ahead, Ryan Ledson winning the ball and moving it on to Payne.

He expertly played in Wes Thomas, who kept his cool to fire beyond Jonathan Bond.

Both sides had chances in an end-to-end game, before United gave themselves breathing space with a beautifully-worked goal.

James Henry's determined run saw him square the ball to Payne, who found Joe Rothwell to curl home.

The icing on the cake came seven minutes from the end, as Bond parried Payne's shot straight to Agon Mehmeti and the striker tucked it away.

Oxford Utd: Eastwood, Ribeiro (Carroll 73), Nelson, Mousinho, Ricardinho, Hall (Ledson 10), Rothwell, Ruffels, Henry, Payne, Thomas (Mehmeti 80).