What happens to player scores if games are stopped, suspended, or postponed?

Player scores for games that end prematurely, are suspended, or abandoned after kickoff will count toward scoring in that Game Week. Basically, any game that begins will count toward scoring, and the player's score when the match is ended or paused is final for that game week unless the game resumes before the end of that game week.

If a suspended match is continued at a later date, the remaining minutes of that match are not scored. This means that a player will not receive two player scores for the same match.

If the game is postponed and never begins, the player receives a DNP (did not play) and zero points.

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