Technical issues saw some fans miss the opening exchanges of the Championship’s return.
The Championship campaign will end on August 4 after the English Football League confirmed the dates for the play-offs.
A member of staff at Brentford returned one of eight positive coronavirus tests spread between six different clubs in the last week of testing at Championship level.
Tranmere chairman Mark Palios has underlined the club’s willingness to mount a legal challenge against the English Football League after his side were relegated from League One.
The League One season is set to conclude on July 13 after the English Football League announced the dates for the play-offs.
Birmingham have avoided a second points deduction but been reprimanded by an independent panel in relation to a misconduct charge.
Peterborough owner Darragh MacAnthony has criticised the English Football League’s handling of the crucial vote on Tuesday which saw the League One and League Two seasons curtailed.
The regular season in League One and League Two is over after clubs voted by an overwhelming margin to cut the campaign short due to the coronavirus pandemic.
League Two clubs have voted by an overwhelming majority to formally end the season, meaning promotion for Swindon, Crewe and Plymouth, the EFL has announced.
English Football League clubs have voted to retain promotion, relegation and the play-offs and to use an unweighted points-per-game system to decide the final table if the season is curtailed.
English Football League clubs will vote on the framework for ending the 2019-20 season on Tuesday, with the bottom two divisions then set to vote on whether to cut the campaign short amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Two individuals from Sky Bet Championship clubs have tested positive in the latest round of coronavirus testing by the EFL.
Season ticket holders at Championship clubs will be able to see all of their team’s remaining regular season matches as the English Football League announced a new arrangement with Sky Sports.
Rotherham chairman Tony Stewart believes there are 15 clubs who will vote to end the League One season next week.
Football should “first look after itself”, a Government minister has said, after calls were made for a state-backed plan to help English Football League clubs avoid insolvency in the coronavirus pandemic.
English Football League clubs will decide how to end the season on Tuesday, June 9, with Lincoln chief executive Liam Scully conceding they were now seeking “the fairest of the unfair solutions”.
English Football League clubs will decide how to end the season on Tuesday, with “a number of proposals” up for discussion amid continued uncertainty in League One.
Tranmere’s alternative proposal for ending the English Football League season has been designed “specifically” to help them avoid relegation, according to the chairman of League Two club Forest Green.
Macclesfield have been hit with fresh charges over late payment of wages which could put their English Football League status under serious threat.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos says the west London club are “vehemently opposed” to the proposed resumption of the Sky Bet Championship on June 20.