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Wilder disappointed with draw

Oxford boss Chris Wilder was disappointed not to have gone top, but felt a draw was fair following a 0-0 stalemate at York.

Both sides had chances to win the game with Dave Kitson seeing his header saved by Aaron McCarey before James Constable saw his low effort blocked.

The point sees Oxford maintain their title as the only unbeaten side away from home in the country and Wilder was quick to give credit to York.

"I've got to say credit to York, because they had a real go at it," he said. "We weren't at our best but what we've shown is a consistency away from home all season.

"We've created chances and both keepers have had saves to make, and overall I think a draw is a fair result.

"Credit to my players for hanging on in there but I know we can do a lot better with the ball, but we come away having been unbeaten from day one to now, which is something we can all be very proud of.

"The game was a bit like a game of basketball at times which I was disappointed with. My team have showed consistency away from home all season, and that gives us a great opportunity to finish the season where we want to be."