Danish Superliga set to resume on 28 May
The Danish Superliga is set to become the next league to resume, after the return date of 28 May was decided earlier on Monday.
The Superliga has been suspended since 9 March, with a game between FC Copenhagen and AC Horsens being the final game before the suspension.
The league will resume with a game between AGF Aarhus and Randers FC, with the hope of the league being finished by 26 July.
Denmark has had just over 10,500 people test positive for the virus, and the rate of infections has slowed down greatly recently, with the total number of recoveries surpassing the 8,000 mark.
The resuming of the Superliga will mean that it will be the second European league to resume after the Bundesliga resumes on 16 May.
Currently, FC Midtjylland are at the top of the table, having a 12-point gap over the defending champions, FC Copenhagen.