SWINDON Town's League One clash away to Oxford United has been rearranged for Saturday, November 28.

The game was due to be played on Saturday, October 24, however a coronavirus outbreak within the Swindon camp meant the hotly-anticipated derby was called off by the EFL late on the Friday evening.

Following the initial postponement, Oxford boss Karl Robinson said he was "refusing to accept" the date of a rearranged game and stated his side should have been awarded the points straight away.

He said: “I’m refusing to accept the date from the EFL, they know that.

“I didn’t agree with the comment that we were waiting for a date.

“Why should there be a new date? You had a date, it was Saturday and you couldn’t play it.

“Anything I say is borne out of pure frustration really. I just hope at some stage it gets resolved properly.

“That goes for us if we did it. We would deserve a points deduction and the other team should have the points.”

Town have advised supporters that the game will be available to watch on iFollow, and that match passes bought for the postponed fixture will still be valid for the re-arranged date.

The other fixture to be disrupted by the recent coronavirus outbreak was Town's home game against Accrington Stanley.

That game should have been played on Tuesday October 27, but it is instead taking place this coming midweek - Tuesday November 17.