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Premier League players set to take part in FIFA 20 tournament to raise money for clubs hit by coronavirus

An English League Two team has organised a global FIFA 20 tournament to help raise money for clubs hit by the coronavirus outbreak – and it’s taken off.

The tournament, which began life as a tweet by Leyton Orient, is dubbed “Ultimate Quaranteam” and has 128 clubs teams from across the world involved. The action kicks off this Sunday at 7pm and runs all next week with a final set to be played at 7pm on Friday, 3rd April.

All games in England’s Premier League, EFL and WSL have been suspended until at least the end of April over the coronavirus crisis, leaving some clubs facing financial disaster.

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