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The 14th round of CSL league in the season of 2019

Shanghai SIPG will compete against Beijing Renhe in Shanghai Stadium

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History records between two teams

2018-11-07    Shanghai SIPG 2:1 Beijing Renhe ( CSL)

2018-07-28    Beijing Renhe 1:5 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

2018-05-02    Shanghai SIPG 0:0 Beijing Renhe ( penalty 4:3 CFA Cup)

2015-09-19    Shanghai SIPG 3:1 Guizhou Renhe ( CSL)

2015-05-22    Guizhou Renhe 2:0 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

Previous five tournament result for Shanghai SIPG

2019-06-19    Shanghai SIPG 1:1 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors FC ( ACL)

2019-06-14    Shanghai SIPG 0:2 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao ( CSL)

2019-06-02    Dalian Yifang 1:2 Shanghai SIPG ( CSL)

2019-05-29    Shanghai 4:0 BJFC ( CFA Cup)

2019-05-26    Shanghai SIPG 2:1 Beijing Guoan ( CSL)

Previous five tournament result for Beijing Renhe

2019-06-16    Jiangsu Suning 4:1 Beijing Renhe ( CSL)

2019-06-01    Beijing Renhe 2:0 Tianjin Tianhai ( CSL)

2019-05-29    Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao 5:0 Beijing Renhe ( CFA Cup)

2019-05-25    Beijing Renhe 2:1 Tianjin Teda ( CSL)

2019-05-18    Guangzhou R&F 3:1 Beijing Renhe ( CSL)

LONDON, June 10 (Xinhua) — One test came back positive in the seventh round of the Premier League’s testing for coronavirus, confirmed the English top-flight football league on Wednesday.

The Premier League tested 1,213 players and club staff on Monday and Tuesday with one individual testing positive.

There had been 13 positive cases out of the 6,274 tests in the previous six rounds of testing.

The Premier League has set June 17 as a provisional date for resuming the 2019-20 season. All elite football games in England were suspended on March 13 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

There are 92 Premier League games still to play this season, with the first two fixtures seeing Aston Villa host Sheffield United and Manchester City face Arsenal. Enditem

Shanghai SIPG midfielder Oscar denies a recent report saying he joined the Chinese Super League (CSL) side „only for money.“

„Fake news! This is very funny news, I never said that I came to China to play football only for money, I want to accept a new challenge,“ the Brazilian said on his Chinese twitter-like Weibo on Monday.

The 29-year old posted on his Weibo a screenshot, which was an article translated from Italian media.

„I came to China only for money; I don’t want to be poor when I am getting old. All the foreign players came to China to earn more money to help their families,“ the report quoted the former Chelsea player as saying.

Oscar joined the Shanghai SIPG from the English Premier League side Chelsea in 2016 and won the CSL title with his team in 2018.

„I will always do my best to win the league for Shanghai, the Asian Champions League, everyone who knows me knows I would never say that,“ the Brazilian said.