The Premier League board is due to meet later on Monday to review the application…
Liverpool vs Leeds and Wolves vs Watford have been postponed due to Covid-19.
Only the top-flight in Scotland will be affected by the winter break being brought forward…
All matches in Scotland are set to take place up until the two-week winter break which will begin on January 4.
Six games in the latest round of fixtures were postponed due to multiple positive tests.
Premier League bosses are set to meet to discuss the ongoing Covid crisis engulfing the top-flight.
Man Utd vs Brighton and Leicester vs Tottenham were both postponed on Thursday…
This is the third match in a row Spurs have had delayed due to their Covid-19 outbreak…
What is it about Manchester United and having games abandoned? COVID is fair enough, but…
Two games called off constitutes a ‘crisis’ as one in 90 positive tests is a ‘ripping through’. Here we go again.
“The outbreak requires ongoing surveillance,” say Manchester United as Covid claims another fixture.
No jab, no play, no pay? Is that where we are heading to prevent waves of infections?
It’s yet another setback for City’s record goalscorer, who has started just three matches this season.
The decision had been taken to postpone the game with “a significant number” of players and staff still in isolation.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo thinks the Premier League wouldn’t be the same if it stopped again.
Brentford have revealed two positive tests during their most recent round of testing on Thursday.
Solskjaer says the “positive impact for everyone in lockdown” means they should keep playing if they can.
Under-23s coach Mark Delaney is expected to oversee a side made up of under-18 and under-23 players.
The Professional Footballers’ Association has reminded players of their responsibilities during the pandemic.
Arsenal have confirmed the club were utilising a Bank of England scheme to bring in additional revenue.
Three Premier League games were postponed over the festive period.
Mourinho isn’t happy about the late decision to postpone Tottenham’s clash against Fulham.
Big Sam is “concerned” for himself and football in general and claims a circuit break is ‘the right thing to do’.
Everton were reportedly not made aware of any issues surrounding the change in coronavirus status at City.
Pep Guardiola’s side were due to take on Everton at Goodison Park in the late kick-off on Monday.
The Prime Minister also said outdoor grassroots sports and indoor sports facilities like gyms would be able to reopen.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make an announcement on Monday about the return of crowds to football.
Liverpool forward and Egypt teammate Mohamed Salah tested positive for the virus on Friday.
The Preston midfielder played the full 90 minutes at Wembley but England will continue their prep for Belgium as normal.