Liverpool have won 27 of their 29 games so far.
NHSCT chief executive Ellie Orton says footballers ‘have always really supported charities’.
Brighton boss Graham Potter says the current lockdown in football reminds him of his time in Sweden when football used to be suspended because of the weather.
Brighton boss Graham Potter believes dealing with the mental strain of living in isolation is one of the biggest challenges facing his players at present.
Brighton and Hove Albion star Ezequiel Schelotto admits he does not know if he will remain at the club beyond the end of the season.
Reports claim Premier League players will revolt if plans are put in place to play behind closed doors, so should they be forced to return early?
Assistant managers must always be ready to step up to the plate in this ever-changing football world, where bosses can be sacked at the drop of a hat.
Brighton defender Dan Burn says the team shouldn't be too worried about their final fixtures of the season, despite a tough-looking schedule.
Brighton & Hove Albion striker Glenn Murray says the Premier League needs to do all they can to try and help struggling clubs in the Football League.
On-loan Wigan Athletic defender Leon Balogun has revealed he has been cleared to resume light training after a period of self-isolation.
Brighton striker Neal Maupay says he is confident of ending the season in style after working overtime in training in recent weeks.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber says the Premier League must make it their priority to finish the 2019/20 season.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber and West Ham vice-chairman Karen Brady both believe it is unlikely the Premier League will resume on April 4.
Brighton striker Neal Maupay is satisfied with his performances although he also believes he can improve further.
Brighton's clash with Arsenal at the Amex Stadium has been postponed in the wake of Gunners boss Mikel Arteta testing positive for coronavirus.
Dan Burn believes Alexis Mac Allister could prove to be a vital cog in Brighton's bid for Premier League survival.
Captain Lewis Dunk says Brighton have learned from previous errors and are making fewer mistakes in their own defensive third as a result.
Mat Ryan feels Brighton showed enough in their goalless draw with Wolves that they can pick up enough points to pull away from trouble.
Brighton moved a point further clear of the relegation zone after holding Wolves to a 0-0 draw at Molineux.
Brighton have defender Shane Duffy available for Saturday's game with Wolves after he missed the defeat against Crystal Palace last weekend for family reasons.
Ahead of another vital weekend, boss Graham Potter has called for everyone to stick together as Brighton battle for Premier League survival.