This season’s Premier League is set to see its end in complete isolation and the PL leaders are busy making plans for this.
All remaining matches are to be played in only two set locations – one in London and another in the Midlands, as stated by The Independent. The matches are supposed to begin in July and end in six weeks. This plan shall be giving players a one month resting period before beginning the new season again – the 2020/21 season.
Since the spread of the novel coronavirus increased, most football leagues across Europe have been suspended. Premier League also followed suit on March 13, and matches have been suspended ever since. Football specialists have been in conversation all week and are discussing how to go about it. The most probable scenario is that no fans shall be allowed, even in restricted numbers.
The matches shall be televised and broadcasted. They will be available to stream and watch on television and the internet.
However, this arrangement won’t be easy for participating clubs. The club, players and manager included, shall be situated in isolated areas and they will be away from their families during this period. The teams are also likely to undergo a 2-week quarantine period after the season is finished before resuming their lives as normal. If the season is finished, the world may see Liverpool finishing as the title winners.
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