FT Oxford 3-2 Swansea: That's it! Swansea are OUT of the FA Cup, losing to League Two Oxford United! What a result for Oxford, who win courtesy of two goals by Kemar Roofe.
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Swansea throwing the kitchen sink at Oxford...
Oxford sub: Hoban on, Roofe off.
Oxford a minute away from a famous, famous win.
Mullins throws his body at the ball to deny Gomis, whose shot was goalbound.
Nordfeldt keeps Swansea in the game with another fingertip save from O'Dowda, who drills an effort at goal from 20 yards.
10 minutes for Swansea to save themselves from an embarrassing defeat to League Two Oxford.
Oxford sub: Hylton on, Taylor off.
BIG SAVE! Slocombe makes himself big to thwart Montero, who had moved into a good position and was about to pull the trigger.
Oxford sub: O'Dowda on, MacDonald off.
Maguire gets into a great position to shoot but loses it, only to chase back 20 yards to win it back. That's typical of the effort shown by Oxford today.
Gomis was half a yard offside, but Swansea will rightly argue the first goal was also off.
GOAL! Oxford 3-2 Swansea: Gomis pulls a goal back for Swansea, slotting home coolly after Cork spotted his run.
Swansea need to find some inspiration from somewhere. They've been second best all over the pitch.
Shelvey whips an excellent free-kick into the box but no Swansea player is able to get a touch on it.
GOAL! Oxford 3-1 Swansea: Roofe scores his second and Oxford are in dreamland! Maguire leads a blistering counter-attack and spots the run of Roofe, who keeps his head and slots it over Nordfeldt, who got a hand to it.
Cork meets Shelvey's corner and Slocombe tips over.
Shelvey throws himself a challenge and it's enough to earn him a yellow card. Swansea just losing their discipline here.
Roofe takes a tumble in the box under pressure from Bartley, but he's not going to get that.
Selcombe has a go from distance but it's held by Nordfeldt.
Tabanou is booked for a foul.
Really nice goal, that. Apparently Newcastle have been looking at Roofe, and you can see why.
GOAL! Oxford 2-1 Swansea: Roofe scores for Oxford! Taylor finds Roofe, who cuts in from the left and curls a wonderful shot inside the far post. Lovely goal, which has raised the roof!
BIG MISS! Baldock bulldozes his way into the box and cuts back for Maguire, but the striker blazes well over from 12 yards.
CHANCE! What a start to the second half from Oxford! Baldock skins his man on the right and cuts it back, Alex MacDonald runs on to it and fires over! Close.
SECOND HALF. We're back underway.
HT Oxford 1-1 Swansea: Sercombe's penalty wipes out Montero's opener. Big second half coming up - could go either way.
The penalty was debatable, as contact was minimal. But it was a stupid tackle to make in the box by Bartley.
GOAL! Oxford 1-1 Swansea: Sercombe buries his spot-kick down the middle and Oxford are level a minute before the break!
PENALTY! Oxford have a penalty after Bartley brings down MacDonald.
Sweeping counter-attack by Oxford and Maguire forces another corner.
Nice play by Roofe, whose trickery gets him into the box but he cannot pick out his teammates in the box.
Grimes appears to be tripped on the edge of the box, but the card goes against him for diving.
The home fans are enjoying Shelvey trying - and failing - to find the net.
CLOSE! Shelvey with his fourth shot at goal and this is the closest of the lot. A free-kick which clears the wall but whistles 6 inches wide of the right-hand post.
CLOSE! Montero drives into the box down the left and lifts a cross in. It's headed out to Shelvey on the edge of the box but he volleys it just over. He's getting closer...
Oxford looking for Baldock at every opportunity, with the home side continuing to dictate possession.
GREAT EFFORT! Lundstram lets fly with a thunderbolt on the half volley, which has Nordfeldt beaten but whistles inches wide of the post.
Good effort by Maguire, who twists and turns his way into a shooting position and tests Nordfeldt with a powerful effort.
Another over-hit through ball, this time from Shelvey, who'd spotted Gomis's run but couldn't execute the pass.
Emnes can't quite reach Grimes's through ball and it runs through to Slocombe.
Maguire over-hits a pass to Sercombe, who would have been through on goal.
That's difficult for Oxford to take, as they've been the side more likely to make the breakthrough so far. A good goal for Swansea's nerves.
GOAL! Oxford 0-1 Swansea: Montero scores a beautiful goal for the Swans. The Ecuadorian drives into the box and finds Emnes, whose flick is perfectly into Montero's path, and he finishes smartly inside the near post.
Emnes has a shot charged down on the edge of the box. Swansea need to get Emnes and Montero involved a lot more.
Swansea on the ropes at the moment.
Oxford peppering shots at the Swansea goal. Sercombe has the final shot, but it deflects off his own man, Roofe, and away. Oxford unlucky there.
Swansea fall asleep at a throw-in and Roofe drives forward and forces another save out of Nordfeldt.
The best chances falling to Oxford so far. Swansea have lost the early grip they had on the game.
BIG CHANCE! Oxford go close! Taylor glances Maguire's excellent cross at goal and Nordfeldt makes a superb save, tipping over the bar.
Another good run by Baldock, who delivers another good cross from the right. Oxford getting some joy down that right side.
Shelvey works another opening 25 yards from goal. This time his shot is a little closer but still some way over the bar.
We've definitely got a proper Cup tie here. A really open start to this one.
CHANCE! Baldock gets into a good position on the right and delivers a cross to Roofe, whose header goes well over. Oxford had two or three players waiting for that cross.
Swansea just starting to get a grip on the game. Oxford need to be much tighter if they're to have a chance here.
Shelvey drives forward from midfield after finding himself in plenty of room, but his shot from 25 yards is well clear of the bar.
BIG MISS! Montero misses a big chance for Swansea after Emnes beat the offside trap and pulled his cross back to Montero, but the Ecuadorian slices his shot high and wide.
Swansea under pressure early on as Oxford force the game's first corner.
Emnes wins the ball but his pass towards Montero was wayward, and the Swansea counter-attack breaks down.
Slight delay kicking off given the number of balloons on the pitch. A real party mood here in Swansea.
KICK OFF. We're underway.
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Michael Appleton, Oxford manager: "The players are in a really good place and they will go into the game full of confidence. It's an opportunity for them to express themselves against some of the best players in the country. We'll have to defend really well but if we start the game in the right manner and it gets into the latter stages even then who knows?"
Swansea make 10 changes against their in-form opponents. There are rare starts for Jordi Amat, Kyle Bartley and Matty Grimes plus a debut for right-back Liam Shephard. Still a strong enough line-up to get past Oxford, you would think...
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