Sports Mole rounds up the latest Coronavirus news from across the entertainment world.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, has been put on hold as the world's attention turns to getting the pandemic under control.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on June 4.
Thursday evening's headlines:
A home-and-away format is one of several options under consideration if the autumn internationals cannot go ahead as planned. Read more.
Each of the 22 returning teams will play eight "seeding games" and will be combined with the regular-season results to complete the play-offs. Read more.
The American league has been suspended since March. Read more.
Everton and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford
continued to prepare for the Premier League's imminent return with training drills with his father. Read more.
Neutral venues will be used to help finish the Premier League season, while the door opens for some of GB's elite boxers. Read more.
Spurs qualified for a Covid Corporate Financing Facility. Read more.
Returning boxers, who will be accompanied by four coaches and sport science staff, will be required to socially distance at all times. Read more.
RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney
is making contingency plans if the usual calendar cannot go ahead. Read more.
The governing body has approved the return of training for Premiership clubs from June 11. Read more.
Former DCMS chair Damian Collins
says there are only a few weeks to save professional football as we know it in England. Read more.
The 29-year-old has been released by Bradford. Read more.
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The 30-year-old striker fears an injury during the resumption could end hopes of playing at a higher level. Read more.