Linus Wahlqvist's and Alexander Jeremejeff's Dynamo Dresden looked forward to going to Hannover and meeting Swedish duo Miiko Albornoz and John Guidetti next weekend.

But no match will be.

On Saturday, Dynamo Dresden announced that two new cases of the corona virus have been found after sampling the squad. After that, the decision was made that all players and leaders will be placed in the 14-day home quarantine, which makes it impossible to play match games in the meantime. Another player in Dynamo Dresden tested positive about a week ago and he has since been quarantined.

The two high-school leagues in Germany are expected to be the first of the major football leagues in Europe to make a comeback, after the corona crisis stopped all games earlier this spring. In both Norway and Denmark, leagues for league games have also been given ahead.