SAINTS will today be involved in a Premier League meeting to discuss how they can finish the season.

The club will be represented by chief executive Martin Semmens and managing director Toby Steele.

Instead of going to London for the crucial meeting, it will be conducted via video call.

England’s top-flight called off football until at least 3 April the day before Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side were due to travel to Norwich.

The move was to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 after it was revealed Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta had contracted the virus.

The chances of this season being finished received a boost when UEFA announced it was going to postpone Euro 2020 for a year, with the tournament now set to be played in 2021.

However, it will need to be decided by the Premier League sides present at the meeting how they can finish the campaign.

There have been suggestions that fixtures could be played behind closed doors from May but that will still cause plenty of headaches.

The UK government announced events that were draining resources from the emergency services will not be able to go ahead.

Not only that, but clubs will also be banking on no one within their ranks contracting coronavirus as that would seemingly have to result in another football shutdown.

Saints have continued to monitor the situation on a daily basis and had their players in for training on Monday.

But after the UK government’s press conference at the beginning of this week, Ralph Hasenhuttl told his players to train at home.

The Saints squad were given individual training plans that they have been asked to follow until they return to Staplewood.

There is a general feeling that the St Mary’s side won’t be playing Watford on Saturday, 4 April but, until they are told otherwise, Hasenhuttl will continue preparing his side for the trip.

Other teams haven’t stayed quiet, though, as West Ham’s vice-chairman, Karren Brady, came in for plenty of criticism after saying the season should be declared “null and void”.

The Hammers are currently just outside the relegation zone on goal difference and would clearly benefit if it was brought to a premature end.