OXFORD United fans are confident Karl Robinson's men can continue their excellent home form against Doncaster Rovers this afternoon.

The U's host their Sky Bet League One rivals hoping to extend a run that has seen them lose just two of their last 20 games at the Kassam Stadium.

We spoke to United season ticket holders Liam and Paul Wakeford from The Fence End podcast, with both predicting a home win.

Liam said: "I think it'll be 3-2 Oxford - it'll be close and I would take a dog awful game as long as we win, with two for [Tariqe] Fosu and one for [Josh] Ruffels."

Paul said: "I think United will win 2-0 and I'll go with Brannagan and Henry."

Doncaster arrive at the Kassam Stadium below United on goal difference, but with two games in hand.

Darren Moore's men have lost just twice this campaign and reached the play-off semi finals last season.

With both sides looking up the table rather than down, Liam and Paul are expecting a competitive game.

Paul said: "I think the surface has made a difference. We like to play football, Doncaster do as well, so hopefully it'll suit our game and we can put on a show today.

"With the form we're in and the way we've been playing, it's just as scary for them."

Liam added: "I don't like stats like that [two defeats in 20 home games] as each game you play is closer to a loss.

"That being said, the first half against Gillingham was just so much fun to watch.

"The football's been good. After a record away win [6-0 at Lincoln], beating West Ham and then coming and doing a job [against Gillingham] was brilliant."