LOOKS like the big four leagues are determined to return to action as soon as possible and finish their seasons.
Unlike France, Belgium and Holland some of the major European countries can't afford to lose out on hundreds of millions of pounds of TV cash.
Four Serie A sides returned to training on Monday with the rest set to follow in a fortnight and Spanish clubs have been told they can train this week with a June restart in mind.
Bundesliga clubs had hoped to play this weekend but that's been put back at least a week with a decision being made on Wednesday.
Their hopes received a major boost on Monday when it was revealed clubs in the top two leagues had returned just 10 positive results from 1724 carried out.
Cologne have had no further Covid-19 infections after three people tested positive last week and they remain in quarantine.
In La Liga, there are 11 rounds of matches remaining, with Barcelona top of the table but just two points clear of Real Madrid.
Discussion are ongoing on how to play the Premier League matches behind closed doors but if all goes well we'll have matches to savour from England, Germany, Italy and Spain this summer … as well as Belarus!
Just like Monday, there's little on the Tuesday card to bet on so good luck if you find anything decent.