Football Association disciplinary proceedings against Tottenham duo Dele Alli and Eric Dier are still ongoing despite the footballing calendar grounding to a halt.
Alli was charged by the FA on 26 February for misconduct after he posted an ill-advised video on Snapchat about coronavirus a fortnight earlier and he is understood to have launched an appeal.
Dier is being investigated after he climbed into the stands to confront a Spurs fan after they lost to Norwich in the FA Cup on 3 March.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic seeing an indefinite suspension of football, and the FA's attention firmly elsewhere overall, the governing body's disciplinary process is running as normally as possible.
And the PA news agency understands that both cases are still live.
Alli could face a suspension once the season can resume if his charge his upheld.
Manchester City's Bernardo Silva received a one-match ban after a similar offence in a disciplinary procedure which took six weeks from charge to punishment.
Dier is yet to be charged by the FA, who are looking at the incident after the Metropolitan Police decided there was no criminal case to pursue