No news on Sky pair return
Sky Sports have declined to comment on when presenters Richard Keys and Andy Gray would be back fronting their football coverage in the wake of the pair's off-air comments about assistant referee Sian Massey.
The network was also unwilling to divulge whether disciplinary action had been taken against reporter Andy Burton, who was implicated after sister station Sky News released footage of him describing Massey as a "bit of a looker".
Sky Sports insisted Keys and Gray had not been sacked for their disparaging remarks about Massey, which saw them stood down from Monday night's Barclays Premier League game between Bolton and Chelsea.
But the broadcaster was unable to confirm exactly when the duo - who have been the faces of the network's football coverage for two decades - would be back on the air.
Sky's next high-profile live match is Wednesday night's Carling Cup semi-final second leg between Birmingham and West Ham, but Keys and Gray tend not to front coverage of that particular competition.
With this weekend being the fourth round of the FA Cup, for which Sky do not hold the live rights, the next presenting opportunity for the pair would appear to be the Premier League match between West Brom and Wigan on Tuesday week.
Massey, meanwhile, will be back in the spotlight tonight when she runs the line in Crewe's npower League Two game with Bradford.
Keys telephoned the official on Sunday night to apologise for his remarks, which were said off air but were picked up by microphone and leaked to the media.
Both he and Gray were recorded questioning Massey's appointment for Wolves' game with Liverpool on Saturday, claiming women did not know the offside rule. Gray did not call Massey to say sorry but Sky Sports insisted Keys had done so on behalf of them both.
A spokesman said Massey had accepted Keys' apology, adding: "It wasn't a case of Andy not apologising. It doesn't really make sense for both of them to call."