OXFORD United will host Queens Park Rangers in a pre-season friendly later this month.

The U's will play the Championship side on Saturday, August 29, in a behind-closed-doors game.

United, who are away at a training camp in Wales until Sunday night, have not confirmed the opponents for their other pre-season friendlies.

But they have said they will play both a Premier League and Championship side away, with matches against local sides as well.

It is the second year in a row that United have faced QPR in a warm-up game, following Rangers' 2-1 victory at the Kassam Stadium last July.

On that occasion, Tariqe Fosu and Alex Gorrin made their home debuts, with the latter scoring United's goal.

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QPR's visit comes a week before Karl Robinson's side are due to play in the first round of the Carabao Cup on September 5, which would be their first competitive game of the campaign.

The 2020/21 Sky Bet League One season kicks off on the weekend of September 12, with the fixtures released at 9am next Friday.