Coronavirus: Premier League Sets To Resume

Premier league bosses announced England’s top flight return WILL on June 17-beginning the action with Manchester City vs Arsenal.

New kick-off times were announced, and all 92 matches remaining will be televised.

Four games will be seen free on BBC for the first time as part of the plans to show off every online.

However, for Project Restart to proceed all safety criteria must be in effect.

And as predicted this will result in games being played behind closed doors.

Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters confirmed earlier reports by saying: “We agreed to resume the Premier League provisionally today on Wednesday, June 17.

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“But that date can not be verified until we have fulfilled all the requisite safety criteria, as our focus is the health and security of all participants and supporters.

Unfortunately, matches will have to take place in stadiums without spectators, so we’re delighted to have come up with a good option for supporters to watch all the remaining 92 matches.

“The Premier League and the clubs are fortunate to have extremely loyal and dedicated fans. It is important to ensure that as many people can watch the matches at home as possible

“We will continue to work step by step as we push towards the resumption of the 2019/20 season in consultation with all our stakeholders.”

Only on Sundays there will be four matches, at 12 pm, 2 pm, 4.30pm and 7 pm.

New kick-off times will be added to suit with everything the TV games.

Games on Friday and Monday will be at 8 pm while FOUR matches will start at 12:30pm, 3 pm, 5:30pm and 8 pm on Saturday.

Midweek games, played on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, are scheduled to start at 6 pm and 8 pm, enabling fans to watch footie all night.

This article was first published on the Sun, and reprinted with permission.

Coronavirus: Premier League Sets To Resume


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