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A decision on how the Women’s Super League season will be resolved may not be made until the final week of May.
WSL and Women’s Championship clubs are set for a meeting with the Football Association later on Tuesday.
But consultations between key stakeholders in the women’s game and the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport continue.
On Monday, the government said no professional sport will be staged in England until at least 1 June.
That announcement does not rule out a possible return for the WSL – behind closed doors – from June, and BBC Sport learned in April of one proposal that could see all 45 remaining top-flight fixtures played over six weeks at one central venue.
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