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Oxford City will take on Northampton Town at the Court Place Farm Oxford in a FA Cup round one match. The fixture will be played on November 10 at 1:15 am Indian Standard Time (Tuesday morning for Indian viewers). Here is our Dream 11 team news, match preview, and team prediction from the knockout encounter.Watch Free Live Stream

Oxford City plays in the National League South, the sixth division of the English football league division. They are currently 9th on the league table, after winning two, and drawing and losing one each. A win against Northampton Town will be a massive boost to the club’s ambition this season. Manager David Oldfield has confirmed in his pre-match press conference that there are no major issues with the fitness of his squad, and should have a full squad to choose his team from.

Northampton Town plays three divisions higher in League One and is the overwhelming favourites to progress to the second round of the FA Cup. Like Oxford City, Northampton Town is also mid-table in the league, currently 17th, just four points off the relegation zone. They have won just three games out of 11 matches played and as a result, would want to beat Oxford City and turn their fortunes around. Oxford City and Northampton Town have never competed before in an official fixture.

Players missing/ doubtful due to injury/ suspension/ isolation

Oxford City: No pressing injury concerns

Northampton Town: Scott Pollock, Joseph Mills
OXF vs NOR Dream11 Team Prediction Oxford City vs Northampton Town

Preferred Formation (3-4-3): Jonathan Mitchell; Cian Bolger, Alan Sheehan, Aaron Drewe; Reece Fleet, Josh Ashby, Jack Sowerby, Ryan Watson; Danny Rose, Sam Hoskins, James Roberts
Oxford City vs Northampton Town Predicted Starting Lineups

Oxford City: Ben Dudzinski, Joseph Gubbins, Harvey Bradbury, Luis Fernandez, James Roberts, Reece Fleet, Louis Hall, Lewis Coyle, Josh Ashby, Aaron Drewe, Joe Oastler

Northampton Town: Jonathan Mitchell, Cian Bolger, Alan Sheehan, Fraser Horsfall, Michael Harriman, Mark Marshall, Ryan Watson, Jack Sowerby, Danny Rose, Sam Hoskins, Harry Smith

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