OXFORD United boss Karl Robinson has a selection headache ahead of Saturday's trip to Rotherham United.

He was already having to make a change at centre half, with Elliott Moore expected to come in while Rob Dickie serves a one-game suspension after collecting his fifth booking of the league campaign.

But the head coach has also revealed Matty Taylor is still struggling with the after-effects of the virus which ruled him out of last weekend's 3-0 win over Doncaster Rovers.

And in-form midfielder Alex Gorrin has also picked up an injury which could cast doubt on his availability for this weekend.

Robinson said: "Matty’s only trained a little bit. He’s still a bit worse for wear after seven days of difficulties.

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"Alex Gorrin isn’t training today with an ankle problem.

"There are a few on our list and we have Rob Dickie suspended as well, which isn’t ideal."

He added: "It’s a fantastic challenge.

"I’m not going to judge my team on this, but my squad will be judged.

"I will have a great idea of where we are at when we have so many players out."