MATTY Taylor and Steve Seddon are the latest players on Oxford United’s growing injury list.

The duo miss this afternoon’s Sky Bet League One fixture against Burton Albion with groin and ankle problems respectively.

One U’s player is back available, though, with Marcus Browne in the squad just 18 days after suffering a knee injury against Lincoln City.

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It means United have six players sidelined, with Taylor and Seddon joining Sam Baldock, Yanic Wildschut, Josh Murphy and Elliott Moore in the treatment room. Billy Bodin is suspended after last Saturday's red card at Cheltenham Town.

Karl Robinson expects Taylor to be out for ‘about four weeks’ after sustaining the groin issue during Tuesday’s Papa John’s Trophy win over Leyton Orient.

The head coach said: “He had a shot in the second half with his left foot and felt his groin, he thought it wasn’t too bad so he carried on.”

Meanwhile, Seddon is still suffering the effects of a kick to the ankle at Cheltenham and there is no timescale on his return.

The good news is a return for Browne, who left the pitch in tears against Lincoln after injuring his knee in the 2-1 defeat on August 16.

Robinson said: “He’s had two scans on the knee, he’s seen the specialist who did the operation (on his ACL last year) and he was 100 per cent cleared to join training.

“He was fine, there was no damage whatsoever. It’s the first time something bad has happened since his injury and he coped really well.

“We’ve just got to be careful, he’s got 30 minutes max in his body.

“It was a boost for all of us, and for him especially. For him to walk out on the pitch will be a godsend mentally as well as physically.”