OXFORD United will have a blank weekend after their scheduled clash with Doncaster Rovers was postponed.

The visitors to the Kassam Stadium have three players away on international duty, which is the threshold for clubs in Sky Bet League One to call a fixture off.

They have Matt Smith away with Wales, while Josef Bursik and Danny Amos are due to be on under 21 duty for England and Northern Ireland respectively.

Rovers are also without manager Darren Moore and his staff, who are self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who went on to test positive for coronavirus.

It is the fourth postponement of United's league season, where they have played nine times.

The previous three issues were all related to coronavirus in the opposition's camp.

Boss Karl Robinson said: "Every time we win a league game, the next one seems to be called off.

"To have four games called off is hard. Again it’s out of our control and it’s momentum you want to keep moving forward."

The postponement means after tomorrow night's Papa John's Trophy tie at Walsall, United's next league game will be on November 17 for their third attempt to host Crewe Alexandra.