OXFORD City have postponed their next two matches with the entire squad self-isolating.

The Vanarama National League South side have taken the precautionary measure after players came into contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus.

City announced earlier that this had caused the postponement of tomorrow's match at Hemel Hempstead Town.

They have now confirmed next Saturday's visit to Slough Town is also affected as it falls during their isolation period.

It comes after yesterday's home game against Slough was also called off just hours before kick-off.

Only some players were in contact with the confirmed positive case, but the club decided all should isolate.

City will confirm 'in due course' when they can resume playing, but David Oldfield's side have now had four successive matches called off due to coronavirus.

Yesterday's game against Slough was called off because of Covid ‘affecting both clubs’, according to the Berkshire outfit.

City's Buildbase FA Trophy third round tie against Truro City last Wednesday was cancelled following a positive test for an opposition player.