In a boost to the Premier League and their plans for Project Restart, there have been no new positive cases confirmed in the latest round of Premier League coronavirus testing.
The Premier League say they tested 1,195 players and club staff for COVID-19 on Thursday 4 June and Friday 5 June.
This is the sixth round of testing and the second time there have been zero positives, with just one positive in total in the last three rounds.
Since the programme began, the Premier League has now carried out 6,274 tests for COVID-19, with 13 positives and 6,261 negatives.
There were six positives from three clubs in the first round of testing, followed by two positives from two clubs, four positives from three clubs, zero positives, one positive – and now a second all-clear.
Project Restart rules require a player who returns a positive test to remain away from group activities for 14 days (subject to the return of a negative test after seven days, should the player be asymptomatic).
Testing will continue on a twice-weekly basis.