Sports Mole rounds up the latest Coronavirus news from across the entertainment world.
The coronavirus pandemic has had a huge impact on every walk of life, and sport is no exception.
Almost every sporting competition, including the Olympics, European Championship and Premier League, has been put on hold as the world's attention turns to getting the pandemic under control.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up all of the coronavirus-related news from the world of sport on June 1.
Monday evening's headlines:
The Reds secured their sixth European Cup with victory over Tottenham on this day in 2019, while England batsman Ollie Pope returned to the nets. Read more.
England's three-match rugby league Ashes series with Australia - the first scheduled in 17 years - was cancelled on the day live sport resumed. Read more.
The reduced pay deal has been extended to the end of July after the ECB's announcement that there would be no domestic competition before August 1. Read more.
Racing was the first major professional sport to resume in Britain with its first meeting since March 17. Read more.
The striker is in line for a "life-changing move" according to the Addicks boss. Read more.
The prospect of relegation from the Premier League being scrapped for the 2019-20 season remains on the table should the campaign not be completed, according to a report. Read more.
Clubs have until 2pm on Tuesday to submit alternative frameworks for ending the season. Read more.
Hoos is 'appalled' by lack of consultation and QPR manager Mark Warburton says EFL are moving too quickly. Read more.
Pigeon racing followed by greyhound and snooker action. Read more.
British Basketball League cancels remainder of 2019-20 season. Read more.
The three-match series was scheduled to be the first for 17 years. Read more.
Formula 1 is not about to enter the era of the so-called 'pay-driver', according to Christian Danner. Read more.
It is not clear if television broadcasters will be allowed to attend F1's first 'ghost races' in Austria next month. Read more.
Formula 1 is poised to announce an initial 2020 calendar featuring spectator-less 'ghost races' in Europe. Read more.
says reverse grid races are "worth a try" as Formula 1 looks to emerge from its coronavirus shutdown. Read more.
The Foxes boss wants his players to get used to playing without fans at the King Power Stadium. Read more.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden
listed F1 alongside the likes of football and racing as sports that are "set to return to our screens shortly". Read more.
The Premier League announced on Thursday that play is due to return on June 17. Read more.