The Premier League is set to restart on June 17, a move welcomed by the UK's secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport.
The Premier League is set to return on June 17. Here is the full rundown of the 92 fixtures still to be played in England's top flight.
The Premier League is set to restart on June 17, with Manchester City hosting Arsenal and Sheffield United taking on Aston Villa.
Paul Pogba is linked with a move from Manchester United, but it seems there will be no return to Juventus.
While his career has dropped from some significant heights, Joe Hart still feels he will be "a good catch" for teams after this season.
Three people, including a player, have tested positive for coronavirus at Watford and will now self-isolate for seven days.
One of the six positive coronavirus tests returned across three Premier League clubs has come from Burnley and their assistant Ian Woan.
Europe's top five leagues remain suspended and we've used Opta data to look at players at the back with the best defending stats.
Former Burnley star Kieran Trippier has recommended in-demand 20-year-old Dwight McNeil stay at Turf Moor for now.
The Premier League remains suspended, but the Opta Predictor has crunched the numbers for the games originally scheduled for this weekend.