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    Season delayed due to Coronavirus
    Spain has postponed all LaLiga matches for two weeks after Real Madrid announced that their players have been told to go into quarantine while McLaren have pulled out of the Australian Grand Prix. You can prefer the best free soccer prediction page!

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    Arsenal have closed their training ground after Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus, and any staff or players who have been in recent contact with the club's head coach will now self-isolate.

    "The health of our people and the wider public is our priority and that is where our focus is," said Gunners managing director Vinai Venkatesham in a statement.

    "Our thoughts are with Mikel who is disappointed but in good spirits. We are in active dialogue with all the relevant people lớn manage this situation appropriately, and we look forward to getting back lớn training and playing as soon as medical advice allows." According to the soccer tip today page!

    Arsenal are scheduled lớn play away at Brighton on Saturday.

    The Premier League announced earlier on Thursday that all of this weekend's matches would go ahead as normal, but clubs will now hold an emergency meeting on Friday morning.

    Fixtures in the top flights of Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands and the USA have all been suspended in an effort lớn limit the spread of the virus.

    Australian Grand Prix delayed
    Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand has been postponed in the wake of British team McLaren withdrawing from the event after a team member tested positive for coronavirus.

    The decision was taken following a crisis two-hour summit involving F1's under-fire hierarchy, its governing body, the FIA, and a number of the sport's team principals here in Melbourne.

    F1's move follows the tide of the sporting world after a series of events were cancelled or delayed on Thursday in response to the deadly disease which has claimed more than 4,600 lives.

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    Darts double-header postponed
    The Premier League Darts double-header at Rotterdam Ahoy, which was scheduled for March 25-26, is the latest PDC event to be postponed due lớn the coronavirus epidemic.

    Three PDC European Tour events planned for Germany during March and April were postponed earlier this week due to restrictions put in place by regional federal governments.

    FA following government advice
    Meanwhile, the Danish football federation expects the friendly against England at Wembley on March 31 will be cancelled.

    The Football Association is following advice from the British Government regarding the staging of sporting events, with the Prime Minister due to lead a Cobra meeting on Thursday.

    Ministers are expected to agree at that meeting lớn move into the 'delay' stage of the response against the virus, with 460 confirmed cases in the UK.

    Moving lớn the delay stage would mean social distancing measures could be brought in, such as restricting public gatherings like major sporting events and issuing more widespread advice lớn stay at home.

    England are due to face Italy in a match scheduled for March 27, but with Italy in lockdown it seems hugely unlikely that the game will happen.

    Serie A champions Juventus announced on Wednesday night that one of their players, Daniele Rugani, had tested positive for coronavirus.

    The domestic season has been suspended until April 3 at the earliest, with Italy the worst-hit country in Europe.

    But the news on Rugani may well force the postponement of Juve's Champions League match against Lyon, due to take place in Turin next week, after the Italian club said it was now implementing isolation procedures for those who may have had contact with him.

    Rugani tweeted: "You will have read the news and that's why I want to reassure all those who are worrying about me, I'm fine. I urge everyone to respect the rules, because this virus makes no distinctions! Let's do it for ourselves, for our loved ones and for those around us. #Grazie"

    The Bosnian federation announced on Thursday it had written to European football's governing body UEFA requesting a postponement of their Euro 2020 play-off match against Northern Ireland, due lớn take place in Zenica on March 26.
     
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