Victory against Charlton tomorrow would give Oxford United their fourth home victory in a row for the first time since 2009: Home comfort
Oxford increased their budget to stay competitive and sold a record number of 4,436 season tickets. However, fans resent the fact that they are tenants in the Kassim Stadium. Four Four Two forecast automatic promotion in second place at the beginning of the season and they have made a solid start.
Charlton fans are taking the match seriously with their allocation of 1,500 tickets sold out and not a penny going to Roland. Earlier today a few seats were still available on the Rickshaws being run by the CAS Trust: Unofficial coach travel
Charlton are without a win in a month, but are hoping to build on their creditable draw against Scunthorpe United on Tuesday: Clean sheet gives hope