OLDHAM head coach Matt Diskin has gone into isolation for 10 days due to close contact with a member of his family who has tested positive for Covid-19.

Last night's training session was under the supervision of assistant coach Brendan Sheridan and the other member of the coaching panel, Jode Sheriffe, who will together be in charge of the squad at York City Knights on Sunday (3pm).

When his 10-day isolation period is over, Diskin will be back on duty as usual to prepare the squad for the next game with Widnes Vikings at Bower Fold at the end of the month.

As far as that game is concerned, on Sunday, May 30 (3pm), the club is currently working with Tameside Council and the Safety Advisory Group in order to get supporters back into the ground within Government guidelines and in as safe an environment as is possible.

The capacity will be reduced because of social distancing and there are other issues to be addressed. The club will announce the capacity and everything else fans need to know as soon as everything is finalised.

Roughyeds have already confirmed that admission will be only by online ticket purchase because details have to be recorded for track-and-trace purposes.

A club spokesperson said: "We are asking fans to bear with us, but announcements will be made as soon as everything is finalised and signed off."