Man City v Arsenal off
Sport continues to be hit by the coronavirus, with tonight's Premier League game between Manchester City and Arsenal postponed.
It's after staff at the north London club came into contact with the owner of the Greek side Olympiakos, Evangelos Marinakis, who has tested positive for Covid-19.
Brighton have announced Arsenal's visit on Saturday is still going ahead currently.
That follows consultation with the Premier League and medical advisors.
Meanwhile Wolves say playing their Europa League tie at Olympiakos tomorrow - even behind closed doors - is an unnecessary risk.
The Premier League side have had a request to postpone the match in Athens rejected by UEFA.
Manager Nuno Espirito Santo believes the sport is setting a poor example.