Arsenal remain in the hunt for silverware to brighten their underwhelming season after Dani Ceballos' 91st-minute winner took them through to the FA Cup semi-finals at Sheffield United's expense.
From ian 25-06-2020 (15:10:33)
Premier League latest - Liverpool on brink of first title in 30 years.
From ian 23-06-2020 (11:24:23)
Neil Warnock replaces Jonathan Woodgate as Middlesbrough boss
From ian 18-06-2020 (11:08:11)
The Premier League made its return after a 100-day absence as Aston Villa and Sheffield United played out a goalless draw in a match memorable for powerful statements before kick-off - and a major technology controversy.
From ian 01-06-2020 (01:34:54)
The Championship season is set to resume on 20 June, more than three months after it was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The EFL said the date was "provisional" and "subject to the strict proviso that all safety requirements and government guidance is met".
There are 108 matches remaining, plus the play-off semi-finals and final.
From ian 28-05-2020 (19:36:41)
Premier League set to restart on 17 June with Man City v Arsenal and Villa v Sheff Utd
From ian 13-05-2020 (11:45:05)
EFL: 'Leagues One & Two clubs accept season over - so what happens next'.
Scrapping the rest of the season in Leagues One and Two is likely to be the most significant topic for discussion in another week of key meetings in the Football League.
From ian 05-05-2020 (09:16:33)
What impact could a full 2020-21 Premier League season without fans have on clubs' finances?
With matches likely to be played behind closed doors for an extended period because of bans on mass gatherings amid the coronavirus pandemic, no fans means no matchday revenue.
From ian 04-05-2020 (13:28:53)
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said it is hard to see fans returning to matches "any time soon".
If the Premier League and Football League resume then those matches will be played behind closed doors.
The Premier League is also preparing for the possibility of playing the 2020-21 season without fans.
From ian 03-05-2020 (11:43:26)
Playing the remaining Premier League fixtures at neutral venues has the "potential to have a material effect on the integrity of the competition", says Brighton's chief executive Paul Barber.
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