OXFORD United's Sky Bet League One fixture with Gillingham on Saturday will now kick-off at 5.30pm.

All English Football League (EFL) games have been moved from their 3pm slot to avoid clashing with the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral, which starts at the same time.

Clubs were able to decide on a match-by-match basis when they would kick-off.

Gillingham are not in action tomorrow night, when United host Shrewsbury Town, but both teams play the following Tuesday.

U's head coach Karl Robinson said: "We're becoming accustomed to late planning and accepting the consequences.

"I think it's right that football stands to one side for the respect that we all want to pay."

Meanwhile, the final day of the League One season has been pushed back 24 hours to Sunday, May 9.

United host Burton Albion, with the game getting under way at midday.

Both legs of the play-off semi-finals will then take place in the week commencing May 17, with the final at Wembley on Sunday, May 30.

The EFL has also announced the fixtures for the 2021/22 season will be released at 9am on Thursday, June 24.