Liverpool may be left without their first Premier League title if the season in England is not finished.
The football authorities in England have decided to postpone the matches in the country until April 3.
FA chairman Greg Clarke believes the Premier League season will not be finished amid the coronavirus pandemic, The Times reports.
England was one of the countries that intended to play the games of football leagues. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided not to cancel the sporting events in the country, including the Premier League.
However, after Arsenal and Chelsea have officially confirmed Mikel Arteta and Callum Hudson-Odoi have tested positive for COVID-19, an emergency meeting has been organized, which eventually was followed by the decision to postpone the matches until April 3.
There is not a certainty, whether the league will restart after that.
Liverpool fans hope the UK will use the Chile example and give the Merseyside club their first title in 30 years.
Universidad Catolica were crowned champions last November with 6 matches remaining until the end of the season.
The season in the South American country has been stopped after the protests started for equality and better social services.
Chilean football authorities made a decision to stop the season and gave the title to Universidad Catolica, while no other side has been relegated or promoted.