THE National League are looking to stream the play-offs matches in their North and South divisions, though no firm decision has yet been made.

At the weekend, the league confirmed the dates for the play-offs, with York City to host the winner of Altrincham vs Chester on July 25 in the semi-finals.

And while they confirmed that BT Sport would broadcast the play-offs in their premier division, no announcement was made on those in Step Two.

However, according to a statement by Chester, the league have a "desire to enable streaming of the matches given the unique nature of them being played behind closed doors", but "no final decision has been made (in) regards streaming of the games or associated arrangements."

Elsewhere, York City have confirmed that their latest round of testing for Covid-19 returned no positive tests.

In a statement the club said: "York City Football Club can confirm that no positive tests have been returned, following the latest round of COVID-19 testing.

"The club is now operating within Stage Two of the government's Elite Sport Return to Training guidance, as it prepares for the upcoming National League North play-offs."