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Decisions For John Ahead Of Barnet Clash

U's go in search of vital three points

23 February 2018

Colchester United Head Coach John McGreal has plenty of options available as his side prepare to take on Barnet at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.

The Bees come to town on Saturday aiming to move closer to safety at the foot of League Two, whilst the U's retain ambitions of breaking into the top seven in the final quarter of the season.

John will be hoping that Sammie Szmodics can shake off the back injury that ruled him out of last week's game against Crewe, whilst Olamide Shodipo came through Monday's U23s match against Coventry City without any problems to be in contention for the weekend game.

The U's have won their last two home fixtures, beating Newport and Coventry, and will be aiming to make that three in a row at the weekend.

Tickets are currently at the Advance Rate and can be bought at that price online until an hour before the game.

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Match Reports

U's Fall To Disappointing Defeat

Single goal enough to overcome below par U's

24 February 2018

Colchester United's hopes of closing in on the play-off spots received another blow on Saturday, as Barnet battled to a 1-0 win.

On a freezing cold day and with the wind swirling around the Weston Homes Community Stadium, chances proved hard to come by and Alex Nicholls' goal proved to be the crucial moment in the game.

The U’s made three changes to their starting eleven, with Ryan Inniss, Kane Vincent-Young and Sean Murray coming into the side.

It was the Bees who started the stronger, having the better of the first ten minutes without really testing Sam Walker.

The U’s began to get a foothold though, with Kane Vincent-Young driving down the left and sending over a cross that Mikael Mandron headed wide.

Barnet were showing some lively play around the edge of the box and Watson flashed a shot wide on 15 minutes after showing some good footwork.

At the other end, a corner was recycled into the area and Eastman knocked it down for Mandron, who dragged his shot wide.

Chances, in general, were at a premium, although Senior sent over a dangerous cross that came too quickly onto Ogedi-Uzokwe, before Jackson’s follow up was blocked by the defender.

Just before the break, the U’s had a couple of sights of goal, with Senior sent through by Comley, only for Legg to stay big and save the shot.

From the corner, it came to Kent at the far post, but his header went over.

The U’s made a change at half time, introducing Brennan Dickenson for Tom Eastman and going to more of a 4-4-2 formation.

There were hints that the U’s were helped by that change and boss John McGreal brought on Liam Mandeville for Ogedi-Uzokwe just before the hour mark.

The Doncaster man was making a nuisance of himself and was in the area from a Jackson throw, that saw Dickenson fire over from twelve yards out.

Another Jackson throw saw Mandron head just wide, before Barnet took the lead on 67 minutes.

Akinde sent the ball into the box and Nicholls showed good composure to slot home past Walker and into the far corner.

Mandron went into the book for a foul on 77 minutes, catching Watson on the stretch as he went for a loose ball.

Seven minutes later, with some good U’s pressure around the box, Dickenson drove in a low cross that was hacked clear.

The U’s were yet to really work Legg in the second half, though, and Kent fired a late effort over as the home side pressed to get something out of the match.

But they were unable to find a path to goal and were left disappointed again as the Bees gained revenge for the 1-0 U's win at The Hive earlier in the season.

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Ticket News

Grab Your Barnet Tickets

23 February 2018

Colchester United take on Barnet on Saturday in a match that could prove hugely important for both teams' aspirations for the remainder of the season.

The U's will be aiming for three points as they look to close the gap on the top seven, whilst Barnet need the victory to boost their hopes of climbing clear of the relegation zone in League Two.

Tickets are selling well for the weekend encounter and you can get yours at the Advance Rate until an hour before kick-off on Saturday.

Premium Meal Deal
Don't forget, we've got some great options in the West Stand for hospitality, including our new Premium Meal Deal.

The Premium Meal Deal is only available to purchase online and is available when purchasing match tickets in the West Stand and can also be added to match tickets already purchased in the West Stand.

What’s The Deal?
For £20.00 (not including match ticket), the Premium Meal Deal provides:-

1. Exclusive access to the Layer Bar before and after the game, and at half-time.
2. A drinks voucher for any single drink from the bar up to a maximum value of £4.00
3. A main course for which there is a selection of 10 popular dishes including a vegetarian option.
4. A delicious selection of desserts. 
5. A half-time cup of tea/coffee.

Changing Your Meal Selection
You can change your meal selection online any time prior to redeeming your Premium Meal Deal tickets on matchday.

How Will It Change My Matchday?
We’ve made it as easy and as flexible as we can, so that it will enhance your normal matchday experience providing:-

• Access to an exclusive hospitality area for the duration of your matchday allowing you to relax and enjoy the whole experience.
• The flexibility for you to order your food anytime from 2 hours before kick-off until 30 minutes before kick-off.
• Assistance choosing a table and redeeming your Premium Meal Ticket

And Finally...
The Premium Meal Deals offers flexibility, lots of choice and great value. It’s currently limited to 100 tickets per match, so make sure you don’t miss out.

For those of you in other parts of the ground, please be assured that we are working on similar meal deal packages that are suitable to the facilities we have in those areas and we hope to be launching these in the not too distant future.

How Do I Add On A Premium Meal Deal?
The Premium Meal Deal can be purchased when buying a match ticket or added as a bolt on to an existing ticket purchase – this can be managed online through your account at

How To Purchase If You Already Have Match Tickets In The West Stand
Go to and Sign in or Register (if you don’t have an online account). On your dashboard go to the ‘Premium Meal Deals’ section and select ‘Add Premium Meal Deal’.

How To Purchase At The Same Time As Buying Match Tickets In The West Stand
Go to and select a seat in the West Stand and you will be given the option to add a Premium Meal Deal to your purchase.

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