Manchester City’s training ground reopened on Wednesday after their first-team bubble produced no new positive Covid-19 test results.
City’s players and staff were tested on Tuesday while the club’s training buildings underwent a deep clean.
City’s Premier League match at Everton on Monday was postponed four hours before kick-off because of an outbreak of coronavirus at the club.
The closure of the training complex had put their next games in doubt.
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On Christmas Day, the club said Kyle Walker, Gabriel Jesus and two staff members had tested positive for coronavirus.
All continue to self-isolate and will be unavailable for City’s next fixture away to Chelsea in the league on Sunday. Pep Guardiola’s side face Manchester United in the Carabao Cup semi-final on Wednesday 6 January.
Elsewhere, Fulham’s Premier League match at Tottenham on Wednesday was called off because of new coronavirus cases at the west London club.
The Premier League said in a statement: “With low numbers of positive tests across the overwhelming majority of clubs, the Premier League continues to have full confidence in its Covid-19 protocols and being able to continue to play our fixtures as scheduled.”