The Premier League has suspended all matches until at least April 3-5 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Several Premier League clubs have members of staff, including players and coaches, who are displaying symptoms of the virus. 

The Premier League called an emergency meeting late on Thursday night after it was revealed that the Arsenal head coach, Mikel Arteta, had tested positive for Covid-19. By Friday morning, however, the Chelsea player Callum Hudson-Odoi also confirmed he had the disease while Watford, Everton and West Ham United all announced they had put staff into self-isolation in the hope of slowing the spread of the virus.