Harrogate Town reveal that four employees are self-isolating amid Coronavirus crisis

HARROGATE TOWN have revealed that four employees are self-isolating amid the coronavirus crisis - and have applied to National League for the postponement of tonight's league fixture with Solihull Moors.

A statement from the club read: "It is with regret that we have had cause to apply to The National League for the postponement of our league fixture this evening with Solihull Moors.

"We have four employees currently under self isolation and we have a duty of care for the health and well-being of players, staff and supporters.

"We trust you will support our decision."

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Harrogate have received confirmation from the league that the game has now been postponed.

Meanwhile, the National League games involving FC Halifax Town, York City, Farsley Celtic and Bradford Park Avenue will all be played, with the leagues to go ahead as normal.

A statement from the National League read: "Following a board meeting held today, the National League has decided to allow matches in its three divisions to proceed as planned this weekend.

"The National League will keep the operation of its competition under constant and diligent review, and will remain in compliance with government advice at all times.

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"The Football Association has offered its guidance, and made it clear the decision to continue or to suspend a competition is a matter for each league to make."

FC Halifax host Ebbsfleet, while in National League North, York welcome Altrincham and Avenue host Curzon. Farsley and Guiseley head to Darlington and King's Lynn respectively.

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