English Football League
Premier League football is set to return on June 17, with horse racing due to resume as early as Monday at Newcastle.
The English Premier League has been suspended over fears around coronavirus spreading. The news follows the revelation that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had tested positive for the virus, with the first team all in self-isolation. Leicester City also have three players under observation, with Benjamin Mendy of Manchester City also in observation. The ruling follows other leagues across Europe.
Cricket, golf, cycling, and Formula One fixtures have also all either been cancelled or postponed.
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The attendance on Saturday of 4255 was Crawley's biggest since the 2014/15 season and is simple proof that when the people at the top of organisations, take a step back from the corporate world and occasionally adopt some common sense, you get a response from people - that response being an increase of fans turning up at the turnstiles.