Swindon Town's League One match against Accrington Stanley tomorrow has been postponed. 

The two sides were due to meet at the County Ground but after positive coronavirus cases at both clubs the match has been postponed. 

A statement on the club's website said: "The decision follows the recent positive Covid-19 tests and the requirement for players and staff to self-isolate as per EFL and Government guidance in order to mitigate against the risk of further infection.

"The circumstances surrounding the postponement will now be the subject of investigation in accordance with EFL Regulations."

Both teams had games postponed over the weekend including Town's derby fixture against Oxford United with Accrington due to host Bristol Rovers. 

Over the weekend Town boss Wellens confirmed which players and staff had tested positive for coronavirus. 

Speaking to BBC Wiltshire's Talk of the Town over the weekend, he said that Toby Holland, Tommy Wright, Noel Hunt Steve Mildenhall tested positive for Covid-19 on Friday morning. Physio Tom Holmes did not have a test but is suspected to have had coronavirus because he was "really bad".

Jordan Stevens is self-isolating because he shared a car with Holland.

At Accrington eight players had tested positive for Covid-19 as well as two members of staff going into self-isolation with one testing positive. 

It's not known when the games against Oxford or Accrington will be rearranged for.