OXFORD City remain bottom of the Vanarama National League after slipping to a 2-0 defeat at fellow strugglers Woking.

Jayden Luker opened the scoring when he found the top corner from the edge of the penalty box seven minutes before the break, before Lewis Walker added the second goal from the penalty spot on the hour mark.

Hoops head coach Ross Jenkins made two changes to the side which lost 3-2 at Kidderminster Harriers, as Alfie Potter returned to the starting XI, while Harry Birtwistle made his debut after joining on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Marcin Brzozowski made a couple of saves in the opening exchanges, before Tunji Akinola headed wide from a Curtis Edwards free kick.

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The hosts did take the lead though, when they worked it down the right, before Luton Town loanee Luker arrowed in an effort for his first career goal.

In first half stoppage time, Andre Burley blocked an effort on the line, before Brzozowski made another save.

Woking doubled their lead when Walker sent Brzozowski the wrong way from 12 yards, after Ricky Korboa was fouled.

The Hoops rallied late on, with Burley heading wide and Harvey Greenslade shooting off target, but they could find no route back into the game.