The race to the Premier League was in full flow when Sky Bet Championship programme was suspended with just nine games remaining.
The Premier League, like the rest of British football, is in limbo following the agreement to bring things to a halt due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Wolves skipper Conor Coady admitted their draw at Olympiacos was strange but praised the team for remaining professional.
Juventus defender Daniele Rugani has tested positive for coronavirus.
Nottingham Forest’s players and staff have been given a clean bill of health after being tested for coronavirus in the wake of club owner Evangelos Marinakis’ positive diagnosis.
All Nottingham Forest players and staff have been given the all-clear for coronavirus, having been tested following club owner Evangelos Marinakis’ positive diagnosis.
Manchester City’s Premier League clash with Arsenal has been postponed as a “precautionary measure” over coronavirus fears.
Wolves have condemned the decision not to postpone their Europa League tie with Olympiacos, claiming the trip to Greece “poses unnecessary risks” to their players and staff.
The English Football League has no immediate plans to postpone any fixtures despite Nottingham Forest’s majority owner Evangelos Marinakis contracting coronavirus.
The battle for Champions League qualification in the Premier League had more twists and turns last weekend, with five of the sides involved claiming victories.
Wolves’ Europa League tie at Olympiacos on Thursday will be played behind closed doors.
Wolves’ Europa League game against Olympiacos in Greece appears likely to be played behind closed doors due to coronavirus fears, the PA news agency understands.
Brighton boss Graham Potter intends to take it one match at a time as the Seagulls prepare for a daunting run of fixtures which could decide their Premier League fate.
Tottenham will be without Ryan Sessegnon against Wolves.
Manchester United will face Austrian side LASK in the last 16 of the Europa League after Friday’s draw in Nyon kept the three remaining British sides apart.
Slovakia winger Ondrej Duda hopes his fast start to life in the Premier League can end with helping Norwich beat the odds to stay up.
Wolves’ latest accounts show a large increase in turnover and a return to profit, following the club’s promotion to the Premier League.
Former Scotland striker Kenny Miller has joined Newcastle Jets as senior technical director, the Hyundai A-League club have announced.
What the papers say The path appears to be opening up for Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United, with The Sun reporting the club have dropped his asking price by £30million. In June the Frenchman said that he wanted a “new challenge” while dressing room sources recently said Pogba’s “head is not currently at the club”. His former side Juventus and Real Madrid are among the European teams who could now hand over the required £150m for the 26-year-old midfielder, who the Daily Star says has been excluded from United’s warm weather camp in Spain.
Liverpool’s relentless surge towards the Premier League title continued with another home win, while the race for European football is as tight as ever with just six points separating Tottenham in fifth place and Southampton in 13th.
As the January transfer window closed at 2300 GMT, Premier League clubs scrambled to complete their business before the deadline.
Clubs are scrambling to complete their transfer business on the final day of the January window
Wolves have signed teenager Luke Matheson from Rochdale, although the defender will remain on loan at the League One club for the remainder of the season.
The mid-season player break for Premier League players will take place next month, with one round of top-flight fixtures staggered over two weekends.
Aberdeen have been linked with a move for Wolves youngster Ryan Giles, should they fail to land pre-contract signing Matty Kennedy from St Johnstone in January.
Virgil Van Dijk insists he and centre-back partner Joe Gomez cannot take all the credit for Liverpool’s recent defensive improvement.
Nuno Espirito Santo has revealed Wolves had not trained with Adama Traore as a second striker before the pacy winger’s match-winning turn up front against Southampton.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has called for referees to be allowed to check pitchside monitors to review goals as well as red card decisions.
Raul Jimenez struck twice in 12 minutes as Wolves stung Southampton with a 3-2 comeback Premier League win at St Mary’s Stadium.
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