With the Premier League returning on Wednesday 17 June if all safety requirements are in place, managers can now play Fantasy Premier League Draft again and prepare their squads ahead of the run-in.
While classic leagues are continuing as usual through to Gameweek 38+, Head-to-Head leagues ended in Gameweek 38.
But FPL managers can create new Head-to-Head leagues for the remaining nine Gameweeks in the normal manner.
These fixtures will constitute the first full Gameweek.
So, if you have a new set of FPL-playing friends or are just looking to start afresh, you can all begin your Draft rivalry from zero.
Managers can enter up to 10 private Draft mini-leagues, giving them multiple chances to compete against their friends, colleagues and relatives for glory.
In Head-to-Head, managers face another team in the league each Gameweek.
Whichever manager has more points that Gameweek wins three points in the league table, while the loser gets none. In the event of a tie, both teams get one point.
Head-to-Heads can throw up different standings from the classic leagues, so managers low down a classic league can be near the top of a Head-to-Head.