Newcastle United's next home match with West Brom on Saturday is likely to go ahead after the club reopened their training ground following a coronavirus outbreak.
Newcastle's players returned to the club's Darsley Park base on Tuesday following a temporary closure last week due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.
The training ground was closed last Monday after multiple positive Covid-19 test results within the first-team bubble and those who had tested positive will now follow relevant protocols before returning.
The club confirmed the news on Twitter and said: "Thanks for your messages of support to our players & staff."
Newcastle were unable to train as a group ahead of last Friday's planned trip to Aston Villa - one of the key reasons as to why that match was postponed.
It was the first Premier League match to be postponed as a result of coronavirus since Project Restart.
Newcastle were last in action on Friday, November 27 when they beat Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park and are due to play West Brom on Saturday.
They are 13th in the Premier League table with 14 points from 10 games.