Ghost games are okay - but is this sustainable? One of three things will happen...
Premier League clubs will vote on a return to training on Monday. Not everyone is sure.
Graham Potter is not too pleased with the idea of Premier League clubs being able to make five subs.
Man Utd will have to fend off interest from Chelsea and Liverpool in Jadon Sancho and Raul Jimenez.
"There is combined goodwill to achieve this for their fans, the football community and the nation as a whole."
"Why not see how the country deals with softening the lockdown before we even think about unnecessary sport?"
Jurgen Klopp is 'keen' for football to resume as soon as possible. Pep Guardiola is one of four less convinced.
A Premier League table decided by PPG takes no account of form. So we have done the maths...
The Premier League might still be played home and away after the police softened on neutral venues.
Premier League players will have new training rules and it means no tackling for now.
It's easy to scoff at new Premier League guidance, but no advice at all would be ridiculous.
No Premier League club has raised the idea of scrapping relegation. Because it's nonsense.
A third Brighton player has tested positive for coronavirus, the club's chief executive Paul Barber has confirmed.
Gary Neville says they will be 'bullied' into re-starting but Brighton are remaining firm.
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