Premier League Return In June Planned With All Opening Ten Matches Being Screened Live
The English Premier League is set to restart from June 12th with moves to have all of the first ten matches screened live.
By all accounts the first match set to be screened will be Tottenham’s hosting of Manchester United on Friday the 12th of June, with four further live encounters on Saturday and Sunday and finishing the round with another live clash on the Monday.
Such a move will no doubt excite fans of the English soccer league and would be a welcome return for all those who love to get involved in the Premier League betting.
Talk of a restart has been somewhat stalled by apparent concerns from players following a two hour meeting which involved captains of all 20 sides as well as Premier League officials and medical professionals.
This could lead to a further week’s delay though training at all Premier League sides will be underway and some have already returned for individual training programs already.
Liverpool are currently way out in front at the top of the table and no doubt fans of the club will be keen to complete the 2019/20 season, which would bring an end to a thirty year wait for a domestic title.
There are also ongoing talks about where the remaining games will take place with some sides being against their fixtures being hosted in neutral venues and as such there are a few obstacles to be overcome before the world’s most popular soccer league kicks off once again.
The UK has been very badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic, suffering the second most fatalities in the world, behind the United States.