Coronavirus in sport LIVE: Premier League to be suspended TODAY, Arteta and Hudson-Odoi test positive, F1 Grand Prix OFF – The Sun

CORONAVIRUS continues to spread across the globe, with hundreds of cases in the UK.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi have both tested positive for coronavirus, with the Premier League set to be axed today.

Follow all the latest news and information on how the outbreak is affecting sport…


    Uefa have postponed next week's Champions League and Europa League fixtures as well as the draws for the next round.


    Cristiano Ronaldo has NOT contracted coronavirus, the president of Madeira confirmed.

    The Portuguese superstar, 35, is currently on his home island where he is quarantined.

    He has his family with him on the top two floors of a seven-storey house he purchased recently in Funchal.

    And he is now on course to stay at home for the foreseeable future with Italy continuing to struggle to contain the killer bug.

    Ronaldo's Juventus team-mate Daniele Rugani was the first Serie A to catch the virus.


    The Welsh Rugby Union has confirmed tomorrow’s Six Nations clash with Scotland at Principality Stadium will go ahead as planned in a statement that read:

    “WRU representatives have been in dialogue with Welsh Assembly Government minister for Health and Social Services Vaughan Gething, who provided much needed clarity on the Cobra meeting held yesterday.

    Throughout the WRU Board have followed the scientific advice of government, Public Health Wales and medical experts and determined that any game would be held or postponed based on that advice.

    Enhanced facilities for hand washing and sanitisation will be available at the stadium and there are measures in place to manage any issues with attendees on the day.

    “In additionsupporters are urged to follow the advice that is widely available on government websites in relation to the virus.”


    Everton have become that latest club to send their squad into self-isolation.

    The Merseysiders released a statement this morning after one of their players displayed symptoms of coronavirus…


    All Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 games have been cancelled from Tuesday until April 2.

    This weekend's games will go ahead as planned.

    German authorities had arranged for games to be played behind closed doors but they have now taken things a step further.

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