Football rightly takes a back seat given the current circumstances, but that won’t stop me from spouting my usual nonsense for you to enjoy, or hate, writes Tom Schofield.

It did feel strange on Saturday as I did my usual pre-match ritual of dinner with my grandparents, without any match to go to.

That’s not to say it didn’t dominate the discussion at the table, much to my grandma’s dismay.

We are currently in unchartered waters with regards to what is going to happen. Leeds is currently the next scheduled game, but I wouldn’t at all be surprised if it was postponed beyond then.

I don’t think the season should be considered null and void, as certain people in the media have suggested, but a decision is going to have to be made.

What I would like to see happen is the postponement of Euro 2020 and for the season to run beyond its usual end month of May.

That of course might not be an option dependant on how well we deal with the coronavirus.

I certainly wouldn’t want to be making the decision as it is an almost impossible situation.

What I wouldn’t want to see however is for games to be played behind closed doors.

As fans we disagree and don’t always see eye to eye, but without us the game isn’t the same.

It is ridiculously cliché, but football without fans is nothing.

As we do look ahead though, I want to send my well wishes to everyone who takes the time to read this column.

Stay safe, be kind and look after those at risk.

One thing is for sure, when football does return, we can look forward to an exciting end to what has been an unpredictable season.