There's less than a week to go until the Championship makes its return, and it will be fascinating to see what impact the extended lockdown break has on the fight for promotion and relegation battle over the coming weeks.
Wigan Athletic mark their comeback with a proverbial 'six-pointer' against Huddersfield Town on Saturday; a game which could go a long way to assuring the Latics' survival should they earn a victory. For now, here's all the latest news and gossip from the Championship.
1. Odubajo backs manager to succeed
Sheffield Wednesday defender Moses Odubajo has claimed Garry Monk needs more time to 'implement his ideas' at the club, and suggested his technical expertise will give the Owls an extra edge when their season resumes. (The Star) Photo: Nathan Stirk
2. Barnsley frustrated over player investigation
Barnsley chief executive Dane Murphy has hit out at the FA for the length of time the investigation into Bambo Diaby's doping charge has taken, and admitted his sympathy for the player amid the uncertainty. (BBC Sport) Photo: George Wood
3. Bowyer offers clarification on Taylor's future
Charlton Athletic boss Lee Bowyer has quashed suggestions that Sheffield Wednesday-linked striker Lyle Taylor has made a u-turn over his decision to leave the club, and insisted he won't sign a new deal. (talkSPORT) Photo: Michael Regan
4. Whites close in on two targets
Leeds United are said to be accelerating their interest in both Spurs defender Juan Foyth and Middlesbrough Daniel Ayala, with the latter of the two deals believed to be at a relatively advanced stage. (Football Insider) Photo: Nigel Roddis