OXFORD United have come through their penultimate round of coronavirus testing unscathed.

The results from yesterday's batch all came back negative as the U's cleared their latest hurdle ahead of Monday's Sky Bet League One play-off final against Wycombe Wanderers.

United will be tested for a final time tomorrow, but as it stands Karl Robinson's squad is at full-strength ahead of the Wembley showpiece.

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The U's boss told the club's official website: “No new injuries, no suspensions and hopefully nobody is ruled out on medical grounds now, especially after the way we have looked after ourselves over the last few weeks.

"I think the shock of two positive tests early on made us all that little bit more aware and cautious and so far so good.

“You can’t let the situation affect your build up and you can’t worry about external issues that might have a massive effect."

He added: "Since lockdown we have challenged ourselves as a staff and dealt with all of the circumstances the best we possibly can. 

“Two games in four days has set us up fitness wise and we have applied ourselves to the letter of the law.

"Everything that the EFL have asked of us we have done- we have not cut one corner and now we just look forward to the game on Monday.”