OXFORD United have been hit with another injury blow which will force a change to the starting line-up against AFC Wimbledon tomorrow night.

Head coach Karl Robinson did not reveal who was struggling with a problem, which had been picked up in Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Sunderland.

He said: "We do have one injury concern.

"You’d expect it to have quite a big impact on what we do, so we’ll roll that dice tomorrow.

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"We don’t know (the severity) yet, there will be a scan today."

It is a blow to a stretched squad, who will be without Alex Gorrin against Wimbledon as the midfielder serves the final game of his suspension.

It also comes too soon for Liam Kelly, who has had a minor setback in his recovery from a hamstring injury.

But Robinson is expecting to have Marcus Browne and Nathan Holland fit to start, after the pair came on as substitutes on Saturday.