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Portsmouth v Oxford Utd: Is the game on TV?, Kick-off time, head-to-head stats & team news

League One table-toppers Portsmouth will be hoping to maintain their charge towards the title on Saturday afternoon when they play host Oxford at Fratton Park.

Pompey are now seven points clear at the summit of the table and could extend that lead yet further this weekend against an oxford side who have won just one of their last five league fixtures.

Is Portsmouth v Oxford Utd on TV?

Portsmouth v Oxford Utd will not be available to watch live on TV in the UK as the fixture falls within the 3pm Saturday blackout on EFL games, though both clubs will stream the fixture via their official websites.

Portsmouth v Oxford Utd kick-off time, date and venue

Portsmouth v Oxford Utd will be played at Fratton Park, England and kick-off is at 15:00 GMT on Saturday 2nd March 2024.

Portsmouth v Oxford Utd stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

If recent history is anything to go by, then a draw looks a solid bet on the south coast this weekend!

Incredibly, eight of the last 11 meetings between the two sides have ended all square, with Portsmouth winning two and Oxford just one.

Six of the eight draws have finished 1-1 with the other two ended 2-2.

Portsmouth's victories, which came in February 2021 and March 2022, were both by the odd goal, as was Oxford's 3-2 success in February 2022.

Recent form does suggest a home win however with Pompey looking to extend an eight match unbeaten run, whilst Oxford have picked up maximum spoils in just one of their last nine outings.

Portsmouth v Oxford Utd head-to-head record (H2H)

Portsmouth wins

26

Draws

25

Oxford Utd wins

22

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Portsmouth v Oxford Utd team news

Portsmouth team news

Portsmouth will be without long-term absentees Tom McIntyre (ankle), Joe Morrell (knee) and Terry Devlin (shoulder) after having their campaigns cut short recently, whilst Chelsea loan starlet Tino Anjorin will also remain side-lined despite stepping up his rehabilitation from a serious hamstring issue.

Oxford Utd team news

Oxford should have Marcus McGuane and Fin Stevens available again after injury but will wait and see if captain Elliott Moore can feature after a hip injury.

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