Oxford united v newcastle
- PREVIEW: Oxford United v Newcastle United
- 2017 FA Cup 4th Round Oxford United v Newcastle United Jan 28th
PREVIEW: Oxford United v Newcastle United
Oxford United football club record against Newcastle United, including all match details.per
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The away section is also expected to sell-out quickly with only ticket available. Newcastle United will face Oxford United in front of a capacity crowd at the Kassam Stadium after tickets for the FA Cup fourth round clash sold out in just 36 hours. With the Magpies expected to sell-out their full 1, allocation, that means the game will be played out in front of a full house of 12, on Saturday, December 28 with a 3pm kick-off. Our FA Cup home game v Newcastle United is now sold out, although if you are on the club database you can add your name to the waiting list. United are expected to be oversubscribed for their tickets and those with loyalty points or more can now get hold of a ticket to the game.
Aleksandar Mitrovic missed a penalty and wasted some good opportunities as United were sent tumbling out of the Cup. The only thing was that I felt sorry for the fans. We wanted to go through and we could have in the first half. So who flopped? And who impressed?
League One side Oxford stun Championship high-flyers Newcastle to progress to fifth round of the FA Cup.
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Kane Hemmings put the Sky Bet League One outfit in front two minutes into the second half with his 13th goal of the season. Aleksandar Mitrovic passed up the chance to equalise on 67 minutes when his penalty was saved by U's goalkeeper Simon Eastwood, before further home goals from Curtis Nelson and Toni Martinez sealed the shock result. Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez made nine changes to the team which hammered Rotherham last weekend, with only Isaac Hayden and Ayoze Perez keeping their places. Oxford threatened throughout but it proved a sign of things to come when Mitrovic shaped to shoot in a good position after half an hour but lost his footing and fell over. Mitrovic should have scored when he charged through on goal, only for Eastwood to stick out a foot to save, and the home 'keeper reacted smartly again to deny Mitrovic with his leg just before half-time. The opening goal arrived soon after the interval when Hemmings turned the ball in from four yards after Chey Dunkley headed Chris Maguire's cross back from the far post. The Magpies had a great chance to level when Mitrovic was brought down in the box by Phil Edwards, but Eastwood brilliantly saved the Serbian's firmly-hit 67th-minute spot-kick down to his right.
2017 FA Cup 4th Round Oxford United v Newcastle United Jan 28th