The play-offs for Euro 2020 are now likely to take place in October and November, even if they are behind closed doors according to a report on Friday.
Presuming international football will be back by September, some of the 16 countries competing for the last four places have told UEFA that they do not want their first fixture after the lockdown to be their play-off semi-final, according to the Daily Mail in their Saturday edition.
The matches still to be played will determine the final teams that will take part in Euro 2020, now postponed until 2021.
Path A: Iceland v Romania, Bulgaria v Hungary
Path B: Bosnia and Herzegovina v Northern Ireland, Slovakia v Republic of Ireland
Path C: Scotland v Israel, Norway v Serbia
Path D: Georgia v Belarus, North Macedonia v Kosovo
Path A: Bulgaria/Hungary v Iceland/Romania
Path B: Bosnia and Herzegovina/Northern Ireland v Slovakia/Republic of Ireland
Path C: Norway/Serbia v Scotland/Israel
Path D: Georgia/Belarus v North Macedonia/Kosovo
UEFA have also postponed all national team matches due to take place in June.