Poland is set to resume the 2019-2020 football season at the end of May, its premier confirmed Saturday.

“#Ekstraklasa plan approved by the prime minister @MorawieckiM [Mateusz Morawiecki], May 29, we’re back to the game!,” Polish top-tier division Ekstraklasa announced on Twitter.

The coronavirus forced Poland to postpone Ekstraklasa on March 13.

Ekstraklasa said in a news conference that Morawiecki and Sports Minister Danuta Dmowska-Andrzejuk met to approve the resumption of the Polish Ekstraklasa next month.

This season has been planned to be completed by July 20.

Legia Warsaw leads the league with 51 points. Meanwhile second place Piast

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