The latest round of 1,197 test for coronavirus across the Premier League has seen just one positive case, which continues the encouraging results since testing began.
With safety paramount on the Premier League‘s return, all players and staff have been undergoing coronavirus tests twice a week, and the latest results have now been released.
Only one of 1,197 tests was positive, which follows the excellent news on Saturday that none of the previous 1,130 tests revealed a case, whether symptomatic or asymptomatic.
In total, 5,079 tests have been taken over the course of five rounds, with just 13 positive cases emerging, some players and some staff.
The most recent case represents Tottenham, though the individual remains anonymous due to medical confidentiality.
So far, there have been no positive tests among the Liverpool players and staff.
“We’re following everything, the doctors are staying on top of everything,” he explained.
“I can understanding people being a wee bit nervous, people in our squad were nervous about it at the start but I don’t think they are now.
“They see how safe we are being. No stone is left unturned and that’s what we’ve got to do.”