This is what's being said about the Premier League's big coronavirus meeting

The Premier League will NOT make a decision on the future of this season at today’s meeting, according to a report.

Thursday, 19th March 2020, 12:29 pm

Newly-appointed chief executive Richard Masters will chair an online meeting of the league’s 20 clubs following last week’s suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic. Fixtures are suspended until April 4, though the division will not restart on that date.

This week’s postponement of Euro 2020 until next year means the remaining fixtures could be played in the summer months, possibly behind closed doors, though the BBC report that the league is “unlikely to put a definitive date on when they hope to resume the season” given that the country is set to go into a period a lockdown.

The BBC adds that “no major decisions are anticipated at this stage”.

Richard Masters, the Premier League's chief executive.

Karren Brady, co-chair of relegation-threatened West Ham United, last week suggested the season could be declared “void”. Newcastle United are 13th with 35 points..