SHANDON Baptiste has been called up to the Grenada squad for four games in October and November.

The Oxford United midfielder will be part of the squad for his country's double-header against French Guiana on October 10 and 13 and the two games against St Kitts & Nevis on November 14 and 17.

It means he will miss the U's home games against Doncaster Rovers on October 12 and Ipswich Town on November 16.

Baptiste's call-up could mean United have the option to postpone either game, which is allowed if three first-team players are selected by their countries.

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On the last international weekend, Ben Woodburn and Mark Sykes were called up by Wales and Northern Ireland respectively.

But even if United do not have three players selected, Ipswich postponed their last game on an international weekend due to having the required number of players called up.

All fixtures remain unchanged at this stage, but the club confirmed that match tickets bought in advance would be available on a rearranged date or a full refund could be provided if returned to the ticket office in advance.