James Constable keeps his spot for Oxford United as they face Exeter City in their League Two clash.
Oxford United have stuck with striker James Constable in attack for their League Two clash with Exeter City tonight, as Dean Smalley misses out through injury.
United are also without defender Johnny Mullins who picked up a knock during his side's draw with Accrington Stanley on Saturday.
The visitors were thought to have been considering both Matt Gill and Sam Parkin as starters, but have decided against it, with both players starting on the bench.
Instead, Alan Gow and veteran striker John O'Flynn take the attacking positions for City.
Oxford United: Clarke; Hunt, Raynes, Wright, Newey; Williams, Whing, Rose, Rigg; Kitson, Constable
Exeter City: Krysiak; Baldwin, Bennett, Coles, Woodman; Davies, Doherty, Keohane, Sercombe; Gow, O'Flynn
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