Woking vs Oxford United | The Emirates FA Cup
Corner, Woking. Conceded by Lewis Bate. 48' James Kellerman (Woking) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Foul by Lewis Bate (Oxford United). 46' Attempt missed. Billy Bodin (Oxford United) right footed shot from outside the box is just a bit too high. Second Half begins Woking 1, Oxford United 1. 45'+2' First Half ends, Woking 1, Oxford United 1. 45'+1' Scott Cuthbert (Woking) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Possible Lineups Salford City will miss the services of Liam Shepherd, Jason Lowe, Stevie Mallan, Conor McAleny, Jacob Chapman and Ibou Touray. As for Peterborough United, Joe Ward, Kwame Poku, Nathan Thompson, Joe Taylor and Lucas Bergstrom won’t be available. Salford City possible line-up: King, Nartey, Leak, Vassell, Jenkins, Galbraith, Watt, Watson, Bolton, Dackers, Hendry Peterborough United possible line-up: Blackmore, Mensah, Edwards, Kent, Butler, Ajiboye, Fuchs, Taylor, Randall, Mason-Clark, Clarke-Harris Form Guide Salford City OpponentsScoreAFC Wimbledon0-0Rochdale1-0 (L)Peterborough United0-0Leyton Orient1-0 (L)Hartlepool United0-2 (W)Peterborough United OpponentsScoreExeter3-2 (L)Salford City0-0Cambridge1-0 (W)Accrington Stanley3-1 (W)Oxford United1-2 (W)Head to Head Last MatchResultPeterborough United drew to Salford City0-0Salford City vs Peterborough United Live Schedule and Fixture The FA Cup match between Salford City and Peterborough United will take place at The Peninsula Stadium on Thursday at 1:15 am IST.
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71' Foul by Jermaine Anderson (Woking). 68' Foul by James Daly (Woking). Cameron Brannagan (Oxford United) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Attempt blocked. James Daly (Woking) right footed shot from outside the box is blocked. 67' Attempt saved. Reece Grego-Cox (Woking) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal. 66' Josh Casey (Woking) wins a free kick on the left wing. Foul by James Henry (Oxford United). 65' Daniel Moss (Woking) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. 63' Substitution, Oxford United. James Henry replaces Lewis Bate.
Jermaine Anderson (Woking) right footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the left. 87' Foul by James Kellerman (Woking). Marcus Browne (Oxford United) wins a free kick on the left wing. 84' Substitution, Oxford United. John Mousinho replaces Djavan Anderson. 83' Attempt missed. Jake Vokins (Woking) left footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses the top right corner. 82' Corner, Woking. Conceded by Elliott Moore. James Kellerman (Woking) hits the bar with a right footed shot from the centre of the box.
In their last six fixtures, they have managed just a single victory to go with three defeats and two draws. Results have dried out for the club after a promising start to the season and they have fallen below the promotion qualification spot. Now, Salford must switch into knockout mode to progress further in the FA Cup. Peterborough United will be content with their recent form. They have earned three wins along with two draws and a loss in their last six matches. Peterborough would have been scratching themselves for not having finished the job at their home stadium in the first match. The club have never been eliminated in round one for 17 years and will certainly hope to extend that run.
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59' Steve Seddon (Oxford United) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 58' Kyran Lofthouse (Woking) wins a free kick in the defensive half. 55' 53' Goal! Woking 1, Oxford United 2. Tyler Goodrham (Oxford United) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Cameron Brannagan. 51' Attempt missed. Kyran Lofthouse (Woking) right footed shot from the right side of the box is too high.
Further £20 in Free Bets credited 5 days after settlement. Bonuses have a 7-day expiry. Payment restrictions apply. SMS verification and/or Proof of I. D and address may be required. Full T&Cs applyMatch previewTen days later than originally advertised, Woking and Oxford United will meet in the FA Cup first round. The weekend before last, their clash at Kingfield Stadium was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch. This time, the two will belatedly get to meet, now knowing a home game against Exeter City is the prize.
%competition_name% (Sky Sports)Match ends, Woking 1, Oxford United 2. 90'+6' Second Half ends, Woking 1, Oxford United 2. Gatlin O'Donkor (Oxford United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Craig Ross (Woking) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Gatlin O'Donkor (Oxford United). 90'+5' Attempt missed. Steve Seddon (Oxford United) left footed shot from outside the box is close, but misses to the right.
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81' James Kellerman (Woking) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Foul by Cameron Brannagan (Oxford United). 80' Substitution, Oxford United. Gorrin replaces Marcus McGuane. 79' Foul by Daniel Moss (Woking). Tyler Goodrham (Oxford United) wins a free kick on the left wing. 78' Attempt saved. Reece Grego-Cox (Woking) header from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Oxford United won the League Cup in 1986, beating QPR in the final, with their best run in this competition coming in 1964, getting to the quarter-finals. Just three seasons ago, the Yellows held Newcastle to a round four draw, before exiting in a replay. Right now, Karl Robinson’s side are 12th in League One, following Saturday’s 4-0 hammering of Port Vale. So, this’ll be an extremely tough task for Woking of the National League. The Cardinals are actually fourth in the fifth-tier, beating Boreham Wood 1-0 on Saturday, pushing for promotion to the EFL for the first time ever.