Wycombe (A) Match Preview

Tuesday night sees another tricky test for United as they travel to Adams Park to face an out-of-sorts Wycombe Wanderers who are currently without a win in 7. Mark Bonner’s men came away from the Kassam Stadium  disappointed with a 4-2 defeat against Oxford United on Saturday and will be looking to bounce back as... Continue Reading →

Oxford (A) Match Preview

Wealthy University neighbours that don't care about the football club, a ground that's holding them back from truly progressing, yellow shirts... there's a lot we share in common with Oxford United, but don't for one minute think this is a derby match despite what the lazier elements of the press would have you think. United... Continue Reading →

Plymouth (H) Match Preview

The visit of Plymouth Argyle to the Abbey on Tuesday night kicks off a tricky trio of games for the U’s, all against play-off placed opposition.  A much-needed three points were won on Saturday afternoon after a 2-0 win against a below-par Accrington Stanley. It looks like the team’s much needed break midweek paid off... Continue Reading →

Accrington (h) Match Preview

So, how did you fill your Tuesday night? Perhaps you walked past the Abbey, perhaps you watched some Champions League or perhaps you did a Hoolahan Tuesday special aka sit in the bath, candles lit, pan pipes on and forgot all about football.  For the weary legs of Us players, the lack of a midweek... Continue Reading →

Burton (a) Match Preview

Typing the following doesn’t make me feel great; 3 defeats in a row, no goals scored.  Mark Bonner’s men look to end this recent slump with a result at fellow mid-tablers, Burton Albion.  Burton is home to terrible, piss-poor lager Carling. If I were to compare Cambridge’s performance in the final third on Tuesday night... Continue Reading →

Luton (H) Match Preview FAC R4

The U’s face off against old acquaintances Luton Town on Saturday in front of a sold-out Abbey crowd, with the hope of reaching the 5th Round of the FA Cup for the first time since 2000. Coming off the back of a 2-0 defeat to the in-form Bolton Wanderers, Mark Bonner will be hoping his... Continue Reading →

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