Old Trafford will turn blue at 8pm on Thursday as part of their efforts for the clap for carers homage.
The Indian Premier League ended up being the current sporting casualty of coronavirus while Manchester United and Chelsea continue their efforts to support the NHS.
Here, the PA news company takes a look at what took place on Thursday, April 16.
1103: Manchester United expose Old Trafford will turn blue at 8pm on Thursday as part of their efforts for the clap for carers homage.
1206: The Indian Premier League will be postponed forever with India on lockdown till a minimum of Might 3.
NEWS: IPL 2020 suspended till more notification
More information here– https://t.co/ZmC2xndkUN pic.twitter.com/zWVIeI61 hK
— IndianPremierLeague (@IPL) April 16, 2020
1300: Leeds state club former defender Norman Hunter stays ‘seriously weak’ as he battles coronavirus in medical facility.
1305: Chelsea will start offering 78,000 meals to NHS personnel and charities which support the susceptible and senior.
Chelsea Football Club will today start offering 78,000 meals to the National Health Service (NHS) and charities that support the susceptible and senior groups.
— Chelsea FC– #StayHomeSaveLives (@ChelseaFC) April 16, 2020
1338: World Rugby exposes an ₤80 million relief fund for having a hard time unions.
1400: The PGA reveals a new golf calendar with the sport returning in June behind closed doors.
Partick Thistle FC Board upgrade– 16 th April 2020
— Partick Thistle FC (@PartickThistle) April 16, 2020
1527: Partick Thistle state they will not take legal action against the SPFL after being relegated as a result of the governing body’s season-ending resolution.
1700: Wigan reveal their players and senior personnel have actually accepted postpone a portion of their earnings for 3 months.