Dundee United assistant boss Gordon Forrest insists the club are ready to deal with the coronavirus and its possible impact on their title bid.
The Tangerines travel to Greenock to play Morton at Cappielow tomorrow and have been working behind the scenes to cope with the pandemic.
There is even an outside chance that they might win the Championship title in a game that is played behind closed doors.
Asked about that prospect, Forrest said: “We’re aware of that possibility.
“I think at the moment we’ve gone through the protocols and procedures from a club perspective.
“We are following them from the government and health authorities.
“That is all we can do at the moment.
“We have prepared the staff and the players for what needs to be done in and around the training ground and the stadium.
“Until we are told otherwise, we’ve just got to go about our business.
“Our focus is firmly on picking up the three points in our next game which is away at Morton.
“It will be a stage-by-stage approach for us, although I have noticed some games at a higher level being played without fans.”
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