Soccer Aid is the latest event to fall victim to the coronavirus, with the yearly charity football being pushed back to later in the year.

Former whites boss Sam Allardyce and Bolton singer songwriter Danny Jones were due to team up for the match on June 6, but Unicef have now announced that due to UK government advice the event will be pushed back.

Unicef said in a statement: "Whilst we know this will be disappointing, please be assured that Soccer Aid for Unicef remains committed to holding an event later this year to raise vital funds and help children everywhere grow up happy, healthy and able to play."

The England team was due to be managed by Big Sam and include star players such as, Olly Murs, Lee Mack and Russell Howard.

The World XI, managed by Harry Redknapp, was billed to include Usain Bolt, Jaap Stam, and Roberto Carlos.

Existing tickets will be transferred over to the new date.