Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammates Failand training ground has been closed until Thursday after a number of positive tests were recorded among the club's players and staff ahead of the game against Derby on Saturday.
Bristol City has confirmed that the club's Failand training ground has been closed until Thursday after "a number of positive COVID-19 tests" were recorded from players and staff.
The Robins' preparations for the return of Championship football this weekend and the visit of Derby County have been affected after it was confirmed that several individuals within the club's testing bubble displayed COVID-19 symptoms over the weekend.
Subsequent tests have confirmed a number of positive cases, and as such, Bristol City has confirmed that those individuals are now self-isolating and that the club's training ground has been closed.
Dale Eve and his Spennymoor Town teammates The Vanarama National League North game against the Blyth Spartans that was scheduled for today has been postponed following a positive Covid-19 case in the visitors camp.
The game will now be rearranged for a later date.
Milan Butterfield and his Chesterfield teammates went down 3 – 2 to Altrincham in Conference Premier Division action.
Butterfield’s teammate Scott Boden gave Chesterfield an early lead before Altrincham’s Fisayo Adarabioyo equalized just before the half-hour mark.
Josh Hancock scored from the penalty spot in the 62nd minute, to put Altrincham in front, but Jordan Cropper equalized just a minute later with a well-taken low drive.
Altrincham applied some late pressure and had chances to win it with keeper Tony Thompson keeping them at bay.
A minute from time Hancock broke through on the right-hand side of the area and slotted low past debutant keeper Corey Addai for the winner.