Scotland's Euro 2020 qualifier against Israel has been postponed again as UEFA announced a further round of call-offs.

Steve Clarke's side had been pencilled in for a June 4 fixture at Hampden, originally moved from March 26.

However, as the European football shutdown shows no sign of ending amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, it's now unclear when the match will be played.

A UEFA statement said: "All national team matches for men and women due to be played in June 2020 are postponed until further notice. This includes the play-off matches for UEFA EURO 2020 and qualifying matches for UEFA Women’s EURO 2021.

"All other UEFA competition matches, including the centralised international friendly matches, remain postponed until further notice."

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The governing body have also announced that all deadlines pertaining to 2020/21 UEFA club competitions have been indefinitely postponed.

This includes Champions League and Europa League qualifying which have traditionally begun in the first week of July.

The statement added: "The deadlines related to all 2020/21 UEFA club competitions are postponed until further notice, in particular as regards the admission process and the registration of players. UEFA will set new deadlines in due course."

The postponements arrive as a knock-on effect from this term's competitions being left in limbo.

Rangers, still competing in the Europa League, will not resume their last 16 tie with Bayer Leverkusen until at least July.

The Ibrox side went down 3-1 to the Germans during the first leg at Ibrox on March 12.

UEFA are keen for its members to complete their domestic campaigns and doing so means European competition will take a backseat.