Nathan Holland blow for Oxford

Posted Thursday, March 12, 2020 by PA

Nathan Holland blow for Oxford

Oxford will be without West Ham loanee Nathan Holland for the home clash with MK Dons.

The winger suffered a hamstring injury in the win over Shrewsbury and it could sideline him for the rest of the season.

Mark Sykes replaced Holland in last Saturday’s 3-2 victory and boss Karl Robinson could decide to give him the nod from the off against the Dons.

Liverpool loanee Ben Woodburn is back in contention – after recovering from a broken bone in his foot – alongside John Mousinho (knee), but Malachi Napa is not expected to play again this term as he continues rehabilitation from a broken leg sustained in August.

MK Dons boss Russell Martin has no new injury concerns for the trip.

Defender Dean Lewington and forward Carlton Morris returned for the 1-0 defeat at home to Doncaster last weekend.

Midfielder Ben Gladwin again caught the eye off the bench, with his cameo the latest in a number of promising displays.

The former Blackburn and QPR player had spent a long chunk of time out with a knee injury before joining the Dons in January, but is edging closer to his full debut.




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