YORK City defender John McCombe is expected to recover from injury in time for this weekend's home match with Oxford.

But on-loan striker Deon Burton has returned to parent club Scunthorpe United for treatment following the knee injury that is set to bring a premature end to his one-month stay at Bootham Crescent.

Both players limped out of the action during Saturday's 1-1 FA Cup first round home draw against AFC Wimbledon with 38-year-old veteran Burton inconsolable as he broke down just 55 minutes into his second outing for the Minstermen.

On the prognosis for both players, City boss Russ Wilcox said: "I am sure John McCombe should be fine. He's not trained with us yet but he should be available towards the end of the week.

"With Deon, it's a different ball game. He's having a scan today on his knee and Scunthorpe will take care of that because he's still their player."

McCombe's expected recovery should rule out another return for Dan Parslow from his second loan spell at Grimsby.

The former Wales under-21 international rejoined the Mariners last week and featured in their 3-1 Cup defeat to Oxford United at the weekend.

AFC Wimbledon, meanwhile, have reduced prices for next Tuesday's replay at Kingsmeadow, which will kick off at 7.45pm.

Admission will be £10 for adults and £5 for over-65s and under-18s.