Fleetwood vs Oxford Utd
Sky Bet League One
3:00pm Saturday 7th September
The seven month later home run of fleetwood continued with a 2-1 victory over Oxford.
Joey Barton’s side haven’t lost since eventual 2018-19 League One winners Luton took all three points in February from their house fortress in the league at Highbury.
Fleetwood dominated the opening exchanges and Paddy Madden gave them a deserved lead.
Oxford failed to clear a corner and Jordan Rossiter’s strike kissed the inside of the article before cannoning back to Madden.
The striker gobbled up the chance his sixth of this effort in the box.
Kyle Dempsey and wes Burns had opportunities to extend the direct of Town but they’d be punished by Oxford.
The U’s scored in their first clear cut chance of the game to level the scores.
The ball was eventually whipped by the Oxford guy to Elliott Moore although town had three opportunities to discontinue Anthony Forde to the ideal wing plus he ghosted debutant Jimmy Dunne and expert guardian Peter Clarke to nod home in the 33rd minute.
It could be although the second half was end-to-end.
Joshua Ruffles and oxford’s James Henry wasted possibilities with Dempsey and Burns having opportunities up the other end.
Oxford didn’t clear a corner along with Lewis Coyle found space side.
The Leeds loanee whipped in a peach of a ball along with his first goal for the team strolled into nod home.