If all goes well, the Premier League is going to start again from June 17. No official announcement has been made yet, but authorities have reached a decision, according to the BBC. Aston Villa-Sheffield United and Man City-Arsenal matches were left in the previous Gameweek, both of which will start for now. And all the games of the next Gameweek will be on June 2019-2021.
The Premier League match was postponed on March 13 due to the corona virus. The current season of the league is about to start again after almost 100 days of Leicester City’s 4-0 win over Aston Villa. Like other leagues, the game will be played on a field without spectators. The clubs have already started practicing, and as a team they are now tackling directly in practice.
Meanwhile, the corona test of footballers and club staff is going on. After two rounds of testing, 12 new corona viruses were detected and sent to isolation. The number of Tests for each club has been increased from 50 to 60. All footballers will be tested two days a week. The positive must actually be isolated for seven days.
Liverpool are closer to the title at the moment, 25 points ahead with one hand on the trophy. And Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Knorr Wich are in the downtown area.
News Room, May 29,2020