We investigate the validity of cosmological models with an oscillating scale
    factor in relation to late-time cosmological observations. We show that these
    models not only meet the required late time observational constraints but can
    also alleviate the Hubble tension. As a generic feature of the model, the
    Hubble parameter increases near the current epoch due to its cyclical nature
    exhibiting the phantom nature allowing to address the said issue related to
    late time acceleration.

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