The Premier League season will resume on June 17, it has been confirmed.
The decision to resume English football’s biggest competition was made after the 20 clubs agreed to come back that week in Thursday’s ‘D-Day’ videoconference.
It is to be noted that as per reports, the original proposed date was June 20, but the three-day cushion has been kept to see how the first two matches fare.
Manchester City versus Arsenal will be one of the first matches to be played.
Another huge clash – between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur is possibly in line to be played June 19.
Aston Villa’s home clash with Sheffield United will also be played same day to mark the return of the English top flight.
A full fixture list will then be played on the weekend of June 19 to 21, with the agreement coming after Premier League clubs met on Thursday to continue discussions over ‘Project Restart.
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