OXFORD United will not look to gain an advantage from the coronavirus restrictions when teams visit the Kassam Stadium, according to Karl Robinson.

The head coach was irked when the squad arrived at Lincoln City last weekend to find they did not have a working sink in their changing room.

The away dressing room at Sincil Bank had been moved to temporary facilities to improve the social distancing between the two clubs.

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Robinson stopped short of saying it had been a deliberate tactic, but stressed visitors to the Kassam Stadium would get the red carpet treatment when it came to facilities - starting with Sunderland on Saturday.

He said: "We believe that everything should be right, so they will get the best dressing rooms they possibly can, showers, running water, hand sanitiser, everything will be as best as we can possibly make it for the opposition.

"How other teams do it is down to them.

"It’s how you want to conduct yourselves as a club really."

United lost the game 2-0, but James Henry felt it would be "weak" to suggest the pre-match disruption was a factor in the result.