The Premier League and EFL have been suspended for the time being as the country attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
The UK remains subject to strict foreclosure rules, although the daily number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has decreased.
Villa is locked in a relegation battle, while the Wolves are chasing a place in the top four, so both clubs are naturally keen to end the season.
And although amateur sport is not ready to return in the foreseeable future, Raab revealed that planning is underway for the elite competition to return to our television screens.
“It will be very difficult because of the level and scale of the interaction,” said Raab, speaking at The Andrew Marr Show.
“I think professional sport can be different because of the breadth of tests they could introduce.
“We want to watch when it is safe and responsible to allow more outdoor activities to take place.
“But again, we need to have proof that this is a safe step that does not allow the coronaviruses to regain control of the country. “
The German Bundesliga is expected to accelerate its plans in the coming days to restart its championship season in May, but this is still awaiting government approval.
The Premier League is rumored to be considering a similar comeback in June, but the FA itself has yet to comment on the matter.