U's left back Joe Skarz has been ruled out of Saturday's match after coming off during the AFC Wimbledon defeat with a shoulder injury.
City boss Stuart McCall will have to make a call on whether to include James Hanson in his travelling party to Oxford after the striker returned to training this week.
City have played three times previously away to The U's since Oxford moved to the Kassam Stadium.
City supporters will be able to purchase tickets on match-day at Oxford's Kassam Stadium from the North Ticket Office next to the away turnstiles. Tickets can be purchased there for cash only.
Admission prices for the match will be:
Adults - £21.00
Seniors (over 65s) - £15.00
Students - £14.00 *
Young adults aged 18-21 year-olds - £14.00
Under 18s - £12.00
Under 13 - £8.00
Under 7s - £5.00
with NUS card or in full time education*
Disabled fans will be asked to pay the relevant amount from the above list. They will also be entitled to a free carer, as long as they are in receipt of medium to high disability allowance.
The club received three pairs of wheelchair tickets.
There is free car parking for 2,000 cars at the ground on a first come, first served basis.
There is also free parking available on Grenoble Road adjacent to the stadium.
Supporters should be warned, however, not to park illegally on double yellow lines, adjacent grass verges or in residents only areas.
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Last Time Out
AFC Wimbledon 3 (Elliott 20, Charles 42, Barcham 45+2)
Oxford United 1 (Charles O.G 49)
Sky Bet League One
Sunday 9 October 2016
: Eastwood, Edwards, Raglan, Dunkley, Skarz (Rothwell 76), MacDonald, Sercombe (Johnson 76), Lundstram, Maguire, Hemmings, Thomas (Crowley 64)(4-4-2)Oxford United
Nelson, Ruffels, Taylor, BrownSubs not used:
L - W - L - D - D) - from left to right (Oxford United's last five in the league
Match Official: DAVID WEBB
Mr Webb has officiated thirteen games so far this season, his most recent match coming at the start of the month at Crewe Alexandra in their Checkatrade Trophy game with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
His most recent game in charge of City came towards the start of the season when he oversaw the Bantams' EFL Cup first round tie at Accrington Stanley.
BLACK/BLACK/WHITE: City's match colours
Back the Bantams with Sky Bet
City supporters can back Stuart McCall's Bantams with Sky Bet when they play away at Oxford United this Saturday.
.9/4 to pick up all three points against The U's at the Kassam Stadium. The draw is currently priced at 7/5McCall's men are available with the EFL's title sponsors at
to score the opening goal.12/1, while Mark Marshall is also currently at 6/1The Bantams can be backed to win 1-0 at
to score at anytime throughout the match.5/1Fresh from his first goal of the season against Shrewsbury last Saturday, Nicky Law is
City fans can place their bets for the Oxford fixture by clicking on the following link -
There are as many as 69 different betting options with Sky Bet for Saturday's game.
Please note, all odds are subject to change.
For those unable to get to Oxford United this Saturday, City supporters can follow live updates from the Kassam Stadium via the club's official Facebook and Twitter pages.Coverage
Full audio match commentary of the Oxford match can be found via Bantams Player HD. Join Pulse 2's Jason Thornton and Chris Cooper for match action and reaction from the game.
Bantams Player HD is also the place for post-match interviews from McCall and his players, plus extended match highlights over the weekend.
Supporters can subscribe to Bantams Player HD for as little as £4.49 per month.