The Premier League is set to restart on June 17, a move welcomed by the UK's secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport.
The Premier League is set to return on June 17. Here is the full rundown of the 92 fixtures still to be played in England's top flight.
The Premier League is set to restart on June 17, with Manchester City hosting Arsenal and Sheffield United taking on Aston Villa.
A player from Bournemouth is one of two positive results from the second round of testing carried out by the Premier League.
Real Madrid are reportedly eyeing a double swoop next year, with attacking reinforcements at the forefront.
After talk of shortening games, Opta produced a revised Premier League table if all completed fixtures had lasted 80 minutes.
Following Liverpool and Tottenham's decision to reverse use of the UK government's furlough scheme, Bournemouth have done likewise.
After Liverpool, Tottenham and Bournemouth were criticised for furloughing non-playing staff, Manchester City pledged not to follow suit.
The Premier League remains suspended, but the Opta Predictor has crunched the numbers for the games originally scheduled for this weekend.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has taken a hefty pay cut to help the Premier League club through the coronavirus pandemic crisis.