Telegraph Fantasy Football managers are preparing for the return of Premier League and FA Cup fixtures, here is a summary of how the game has been affected by the lay-off.
The remaining fixtures for the 2019/20 season have been scheduled to be played from June 17 through to August 1.
The league format within Tournaments will carry on from where it left off and will continue to score until the end of the season. However, we have had to remove the Cup element of Tournaments. The quarter final stage was left incomplete and a further two periods would be required to finish the Cups. We did not feel that the remainder of the season lends itself to fulfilling this Cup format in a workable way that is fair to all players.
Super 16s will also continue where they left off but will now only consist of 28 rounds, rather than 30 rounds. This is because only seven game weeks remain rather than the nine that were originally scheduled. This means each team in a Super 16 league will have two other teams in the same Super 16 that they will only compete against once this season rather than twice. The next seven ties of the originally scheduled ties will be played out, with rounds 29 and 30 being lost.
No change. The original transfer limit of 40 transfers throughout the season and a maximum of 5 transfers in a single game week will still apply.
The originally planned prizes will still be paid out at the end of the season. We will continue to offer a weekly prize for every game week that has at least one eligible match played. We will also have one final monthly prize which is based on all eligible matches played between the restart of the season and the end of the season, which we expect to be the FA Cup Final on August 1.