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Real Madrid leapfrogged Barcelona into top spot in LaLiga as goals from Vinicius Junior and Sergio Ramos wrapped up a 2-0 home win against Mallorca.
Results website LiveScore will show all remaining games in the 2019/20 Serie A season after securing live streaming rights.
Top-flight football has been given the go ahead to resume in Italy from June 20.
The Italian football federation (FIGC) has set a deadline of August 20 for the completion of the current season, and a September 1 start-date for the following campaign.
Serie A clubs are working towards a restart date of June 13 but the plan hinges on convincing the Italian government to soften its quarantine rules.
The German Bundesliga is set to start again on May 16.
Serie A clubs are set to return to training grounds next week after getting the go ahead from the Italian Government.
Yellow cards should be handed out to players who spit on the field when football resumes, a FIFA council member has said.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden says talks are ongoing to get the Premier League “up and running as soon as possible” as top-flight players begin to return to training grounds.
Talks are ongoing to get the Premier League up and running as soon as possible, Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has said.
Italian football took a tentative step towards returning after prime minister Giuseppe Conte announced that sports teams would be allowed to resume group training from May 18.
Inter Milan’s Serie A title challenge hit another stumbling block after a 1-1 draw at lowly Lecce, allowing Juventus to extend their lead at the top of the table.
Lazio have been fined 20,000 euros (£17,000) after their supporters aimed racist abuse at Mario Balotelli during Sunday’s 2-1 win at Brescia.
Saudi Arabia will again be the venue for a showpiece sport event as Jeddah plays host to the Spanish Super Cup.
Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic has joined Qatari club Al-Duhail on a free transfer from Juventus.
Serie A chief executive Luigi De Siervo has apologised for the “inappropriate” artwork featuring monkeys to illustrate its anti-racism campaign, with a new concept set to be presented early next year.
AC Milan have joined the backlash against Serie A’s use of artwork featuring monkeys to illustrate its anti-racism campaign.
Serie A’s decision to use three paintings of monkeys to illustrate a campaign to stamp out racism has been branded “a sick joke”.
Serie A has invited further controversy by using three paintings of monkeys to illustrate a campaign to stamp out racism.