It seems like it is only a matter of time before Scottish football enters a shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak. The UK Government announced plans to move from the contain phase to the delay phase on Thursday. The Scottish Government announced that mass gatherings of 500 people or more would be banned from Monday.
However, due to incidents which came to light on Thursday night in the Premier League, English football is set to be postponed this weekend. As of yet, Scottish football is still going ahead with the Old Firm game primed to take place on Sunday, followed by Livingston v Hearts. The future after the weekend is far from clear.
We will have all the latest updates throughout the day.
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The PFA Scotland are set to resist any plans to play matches behind closed doors.
In a statement to its members the organisation cited the case of the Daniele Rugani, the Juventus player who tested positive for coronavirus and played in a closed-doors game.
PFA Scotland are concerned about the welfare of its members.