OXFORD United will not be the only team at London Road tomorrow looking to bounce back from midweek disappointment.

Peterborough United lost 3-2 at ten-man Oldham Athletic on Tuesday night after producing a performance Grant McCann described as their worst of the season.

It was a rare poor moment for the Posh this season and while their boss is aware of United’s quality, his focus is on getting back to their previous high level.

He said: “I know they’re a good footballing team. I know they’ve got some really good individuals – Mowatt, Payne, Ledson.

“We don’t need to over-think it, we need to make sure we’re focused firmly on us, because when we’re on our game we’re a match for anyone in this league.

“When we’re not we can get beaten by anyone.

“So we need to make sure our standards are good and we go into the game feeling good about ourselves, but also wanting to improve.”

Peterborough’s bad night at Boundary Park was compounded by the loss of Junior Morias.

The striker, who scored twice in their 3-2 home win against Wigan Athletic last weekend, is out for four months with a ruptured thigh.