England manager Gareth Southgate will reportedly be watching Premier League matches from home instead of attending live games at the stadium.
Southgate believes that it will be safer if he and his backroom staff watched the televised games at home and be able to make the necessary decisions.
On the other hand this could mean that the Three Lions boss will not be scouting players until next season as he won't be able to see them in person.
England were set to play against Italy and Denmark in a Wembley double-header in March but international games had to be called off to due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Their last match ended in a 4-0 win victory at Kosovo in the last game of the Euro 2020 qualifying group stage.
Premier League football is set to resume after a three-month hiatus on June 17.