Two more Watford players forced to self-isolate

Two more Watford players have been forced to self-isolate after coming into contact with someone who has coronavirus, it emerged on Friday, as the Premier League extended its testing regime and fresh doubt was thrown on to the future of English teams in European competitions. We will complement what the Premier League are doing to give reassurance to players and staff members.” Pearson said he had moved his father to Sheffield after concluding “it is no longer safe for my dad to be living with us” now Watford training has resumed and believes there should be no rush to start matches. When we need to restart is debatable.” Gallery: Strangest signings ever made by the Premier League’s 'Big Six' (Read Sport) The Watford defender Christian Kabasele said he had been happy to resume socially distanced training but would await details of the next steps before deciding whether to continue. Government rules requiring international travellers entering the UK to self-isolate for 14 days leave Uefa facing a logistical nightmare unless sports teams are exempt. Chelsea are yet to visit Bayern Munich for their Champions League last-16 second leg and Manchester City are due to host Real Madrid. With the policy due to be reviewed every three weeks, sporting bodies could gain exemptions if they can show the government appropriate safety measures are in place.