OXFORD United have reminded fans not to congregate outside the Kassam Stadium for Sunday's game against Burton Albion.

The U's could reach the Sky Bet League One play-offs if results go their way, but supporters are still not allowed inside grounds due to coronavirus restrictions.

With the stadium being used as a Covid vaccination centre, there are extra concerns about crowds gathering outside.

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United have warned that fans' failure to stay at home could affect their ability to have a limited number of supporters back for a potential play-off semi-final.

The first and second legs take place in the week commencing May 17, when grounds can admit up to 10,000 people or 25 per cent capacity, whichever is lower.

A club statement said: "The Yellow Army have been magnificent this season in respecting the fact that we are unable to welcome you inside the ground.

"We have missed your fantastic support but regretfully have to ask you to stay away for, hopefully, just one more game.

"We appreciate that Sunday’s game is a big one and could see the U’s reach the League One play-offs, but all of the restrictions that have been in place this season will still apply and with the Kassam Stadium being used as a Covid vaccination centre we ask you to continue to respect others."