Premier League set to restart on 17 June with Manchester City v Arsenal and Aston Villa v Sheffield United without fans in attendance
Those are both rearranged games, and will mean all 20 clubs have played 29 matches heading into the weekend of June 19-21, when the rest of the top-flight will be in action once again.
Players have been back in training since May. Strict social distancing guidelines were in place initially, but clubs have since voted to reintroduce contact training.
There are 92 matches still to play in total and all games will be held behind closed doors.
They are due to be played at the clubs’ own stadiums as normal but it is understood neutral venues could be used for some ‘key matches’ to prevent people from breaking social distancing guidelines.
This could include Liverpool’s trip to Everton and Manchester City, as well as other big occasions such as major London derbies. A league statement on venues read: “The Premier League’s ambition is to complete all of our remaining fixtures this season home and away, where possible.
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