1. Premier League, EFL and WSL weekend
English football has been put on stand still. The Premier League, Women’s Super League and English Football League governing bodies agreed that all matches will be suspended until April 3 at the earliest. However this is a positive for non-league teams as the amount of people through the turnstiles should increase.
2. Champions League and Europa League
Unfortunately the news gets worse for football fans. All of next weeks matches in the European competitions have been postponed. Which means English clubs; Manchester City, Chelsea, Manchester United and Wolves will all have to wait to find out their European fate.
3. England Test Series versus Sri lanka
England’s cricket team will need to find preparation elsewhere ahead of the summer. All the players have flown home, Joe Root and the ECB will have to think on their feet if the cricketing calendar is to continue.
4. London Marathon
Runners from around the world will have to wait until October to get their fix in the London Marathon. Scheduled to take place on 26 April with over 17,000 runners, one of the biggest marathons in the world will have to wait.
5. The US Masters
The first golfing major of the year has been cancelled, The US Masters was scheduled to take place April 9-12 but due to the virus it has been postponed without a new date being set.