ROB Dickie will be able to play in Oxford United's play-off final on Monday despite being listed as suspended by the Football Association.

The centre back collected his tenth league booking of the season in the semi-final second leg against Portsmouth.

Getting into double figures before 37 league games are played normally triggers a two-game ban.

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Dickie is shown on the FA disciplinary system as having such a suspension, which would rule him out of the final against Wycombe Wanderers.

But United have confirmed it is a glitch in the system, caused by the fact the Premier League and Championship seasons are still ongoing.

The moment the regular League One campaign was brought to an end, all previous bookings were effectively wiped, allowing Dickie to feature.