OXFORD United's home game against Doncaster Rovers has been postponed for a second time.

The South Yorkshire club have said they cannot fulfil the fixture on Tuesday, January 5 due to a coronavirus outbreak within their squad.

Rovers players and staff are self-isolating and the circumstances of the postponement will be investigated by the EFL, with the date for the rearranged game confirmed in due course.

Doncaster's upcoming matches against Fleetwood Town and Peterborough United are also off, while their Boxing Day clash with Accrington Stanley was postponed on the morning of the game.

The whole squad was tested after two players were found to have the virus before the Accrington clash, with others displaying symptoms.

Four further confirmed cases were recorded, comprising three players and a member of manager Darren Moore's staff.

Next Tuesday's match at the Kassam Stadium was originally scheduled for November 14, but was postponed with three visiting players on international duty.

Moore and his staff were self-isolating then too, after coming into contact with someone who tested positive for the virus.

United have now had five fixtures postponed this season because of Covid at an opposing club.

Last weekend's scheduled clash at Bristol Rovers was called off, while the visits of Crewe Alexandra and Swindon Town were shelved twice and once respectively.