EUROPEAN football has returned but is facing more than a few difficulties due to coronavirus.
A number of games have already been announced as behind closed doors – here is the latest.
What are the Champions League and Europa League games?
Tuesday, March 10
RB Leipzig vs Tottenham (8pm)
Valencia vs Atalanta (8pm)
Wednesday, March 11
Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid (8pm)
PSG vs Borussia Dortmund (8pm)
Tuesday, March 17
Juventus vs Lyon (8pm)
Man City vs Real Madrid (8pm)
Wednesday, March 18
Barcelona vs Napoli (8pm)
Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (8pm)
Thursday, March 12
Frankfurt vs Basel (5.55pm)
Istanbul Basaksehir vs Copenhagen (5.55pm)
LASK vs Man Utd (5.55pm)
Sevilla vs Roma (5.55pm)
Inter vs Getafe (8pm)
Olympiacos vs Wolves (8pm)
Rangers vs Leverkusen (8pm)
Wolfsburg vs Shakhtar Donestk (8pm)
Thursday, March 19
Leverkusen vs Rangers (5.55pm)
Getafe vs Inter (5.55pm)
Shakhtar Donetsk vs Wolfsburg (5.55pm)
Wolves vs Olympiacos (5.55pm)
Basel vs Frankfurt (8pm)
Copenhagen vs Istanbul Basaksehir (8pm)
Man Utd vs LASK (8pm)
Roma vs Sevilla (8pm)
Which Champions League matches are behind closed doors?
The following Champions League games are behind closed doors:
Valencia vs Atalanta
PSG vs Borussia Dortmund
Barcelona vs Napoli
Bayern Munich vs Chelsea (awaiting official confirmation)
Which Europa League matches are behind closed doors?
The following Europa League games will be held behind closed doors:
LASK vs Man Utd
Olympiacos vs Wolves
Sevilla vs Roma
Inter vs Getafe
Which Champions League and Europa League matches have been postponed?
No Champions League matches and Europa League matches have been postponed as yet.
Wolves have asked for their game at Olympiacos on Thursday to be called off after the Greek club's owner Evangelos Marinakis tested positive for coronavirus.
Basel have also announced that their return match against Frankfurt next week will not be played in Switzerland, and will be called off if a new venue cannot be found.
Juventus have yet to announce whether their match against Lyon will be moved or played behind closed doors but with Italy on lockdown it is impossible to envisage it taking place with fans.
Juve have already been rebuffed in an approach to Malta's FA to play the match there.
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