Sheffield Wednesday will be looking to get back into action as quickly and as safely as possible, as they look to reignite what now looks to be an unlikely push for the play-offs.
The Owls enjoyed a positive start under Garry Monk, but the Yorkshire club have dropped off in the race for a top-six finish.
A run of just one win from their last 11 games has seen them slip to 15th in the league standings, eight points off sixth ahead of the final nine games of the season, whenever they may be played.
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But this is the Championship, and a couple of results going in their favour could see Monk’s men reapply the pressure on the play-offs, with the likes of Derby and Blackburn still in contention.
The safety of the world takes full priority at the moment of course, and the Championship campaign will only resume if completely necessary.
For now, the players need to ensure they stay fit and safe and make sure they’re ready to return whenever that may be.
Wednesday defender Liam Palmer has recently took to Instagram to say how he’s raring to go once the relevant governing bodies give the green light.
Wednesday endured a tough run of form between January and March, but it could have been a lot worse.
A top-six finish is unlikely, but you wouldn’t have expected Derby or Swansea to come out of nowhere and form a play-off push.
Eight points is nothing in the Championship as anyone really can beat anyone.