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With contact with Marinakis occurring on 13 days ago, players and staff will be able to return to work on Friday if they do not show any symptoms when the 14-day self-isolation period ends on Thursday.
Arsenal revealed “a number of players” met the Olympiakos owner immediately after the game but are yet to confirm exact numbers of those in self-isolation.
A points deduction, a fine and/or a transfer embargo are the possible penalties facing 11th-placed Derby if they are found guilty.
However, Arsenal’s first-team players were not training on Wednesday after being given a day off following the postponement.
Yes, but only on the condition that they were symptom-free at the end of the 14-day self-isolation period.
The game with Olympiakos took place on February 27 – 13 days ago – so the players in question, and four members of staff who were sitting close to Marinakis during the match, remain at home and unavailable.
A number of Arsenal players and staff have been forced to self-isolate after meeting Olympiakos owner Evangelos Marinakis, who revealed on Tuesday he had contracted COVID-19.
The Gunners have stressed the decision is a precautionary measure – with a handshake understood to have been key to concerns.
In February, City were given a two-year ban by UEFA from European competition but the ruling was thrown out this week by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
As Manchester City vs Arsenal becomes the first major sporting event in Britain to be called off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, here’s all you need to know.
It means that, as things stand, Saturday’s Premier League match at Brighton goes ahead as scheduled.
Arsenal have not tested their players or staff for the coronavirus but that would change in the unlikely event of anyone showing symptoms. The club continues to follow Government advice.
Although the risk of infection is said to be extremely low, they are strictly following government guidelines which state anyone who has come into contact with the virus should self-isolate at home for 14 days.
If the affected players are symptom-free at the end of Thursday, they are free to return to training on Friday and would be available for Saturday’s trip to the AMEX Stadium.
The Premier League has revealed it currently has no plans to postpone any other matches, but with the fixture schedule already congested, the calendar may have to be rearranged to accommodate the rescheduled fixture.
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