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The Premier League has announced it has cancelled all fixtures following the outbreak of coronavirus. But what are the consequences? Sportsmail answers the big questions.
Fans have flocked in their droves to the few sporting events on show this Saturday as punters head to Uttoxeter racing while football fans go to non-League games amid the coronavirus pandemic.
England's top soccer league has suspended all games, while pan-European Champions and Europa league matches have also been ponsponed.
Euro 2020 was postponed until summer 2021 earlier on Tuesday
A number of European professional soccer leagues also announced a halt in play Friday because of the outbreak.
Premier League players may face a pay cut of more than £100million to help lower league clubs survive due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
EXCLUSIVE: Premier League clubs hope football's coronavirus crisis will help them sign lower-league talent on the cheap as EFL clubs fight to stay afloat following fixture postponements.
The decision to postpone all Premier League and EFL matches will have serious implications for some football clubs, particularly those in the lower leagues.