The fallout from the coronavirus pandemic continued on Tuesday.
Here, the PA news agency recaps the day’s biggest developments.
1300 – The English Football League announced that clubs had voted for promotion, relegation, play-offs and the use of an unweighted points-per-game system to decide the final table if a league is curtailed.
Wales' very own @ElfynEvans hopes to see us all on the stages in the near future 🙌
Hear from the @TGR_WRC team driver.
— Wales Rally GB (@WalesRallyGB) June 9, 2020
1304 – The Wales Rally GB, the penultimate leg of the World Rally Championship season that was set to go ahead from October 29 to November 1, was cancelled.
1336 – The Evian Championship – the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association’s first major championship of the season set to take place between August 6-9 at the Evian Resort Golf Club in France – was cancelled.
1402 – The International Cricket Council announced that Test teams would be allowed to substitute players displaying Covid-19 symptoms. Players will also no longer be allowed to use saliva to shine a ball and the need for neutral umpires will temporarily be removed.
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The final standings.
— Rotherham United (@OfficialRUFC) June 9, 2020
1500 – League Two clubs voted by an overwhelming majority to formally end the season, meaning promotion for Swindon, Crewe and Plymouth.
1600 – League One clubs followed suit, meaning Coventry and Rotherham secured promotion to the Championship, Wycombe, Oxford, Portsmouth and Fleetwood contested the play-offs and Tranmere, Southend and Bolton were relegated.
2100 – Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti and a number of the first-team squad joined senior club officials in accepting wage deferrals during the coronavirus shutdown, chief executive Denise Barrett-Baxendale announced.
2203 – Stoke announced manager Michael O’Neill had tested positive for coronavirus.