Ahead of each of United's games this season, we are looking back at memorable matches against their next opponents.

February 11, 2017: Oxford United 1, Milton Keynes Dons 0

KANE Hemmings headed an 88th-minute winner to down Milton Keynes Dons and seal Oxford United's fifth successive victory.

The striker came off the bench to make the breakthrough for Michael Appleton's side, who had deserved to triumph.

Chris Maguire could have made the points safe in stoppage time, but saw his penalty saved by David Martin.

The visitors were the better side in the early exchanges, with Simon Eastwood saving Chuks Aneke's effort and Stuart O'Keefe firing wide from a tight angle.

United improved after Toni Martinez sent a shot just wide, before the Spanish striker saw his volley from 20 yards excellently saved by Martin.

Maguire, Rob Hall and Ryan Ledson then all went close as the home side grew in confidence towards the end of the half.

Curtis Nelson missed a great chance after the restart as he flashed a free header wide at the back post, before the game descended into a scrappy affair.

It was beginning to look like the contest would end goalless, until Hemmings made his mark.

Maguire's free-kick was cleared, but Hall returned the ball into the penalty area for Hemmings to nod home.

The winger then won United's penalty, which saw Dons midfielder Darren Potter sent off for a second booking, but Maguire was thwarted.

It did not cost the U's, who made it five in a row for the first time since April 2008.

Oxford Utd: Eastwood, Edwards, Dunkley, Nelson, Johnson, Sercombe (McAleny 73), Lundstram, Ledson, Maguire, Hall, Martinez (Martinez 73).

Unused subs: Stevens, Skarz, Raglan, Ruffels, Rothwell.