Premier League chief executive Richard Master has warned fans to stay away from stadium when the top flight Division begins again on Wednesday behind closed doors.
The Premier League returns after a three months break with Aston villa home game against Sheffield United and arsenal trip to Manchester City.
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A full programme of matches follows over the weekend including Liverpool title clincher at Merseyside rivals Everton.
There are fears that some fans will ignore the social distancing rule by congregating outside the grounds where their teams are playing.
But, after talks with the league key stakeholders and police it was agreed not to move any of the 92 League matches to a neutral ground at present.
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Aware of the scrutiny of the league will be under, masters issue to plea to fans not to gather at stadium grounds.
” Please stay away and enjoy the matches at home, by turning up to the game you are putting things in jeopardy, Masters told the BBC on Tuesday.
There will be no fans in any premier League this terms, but Masters is optimistic that they could be some eventually given entry next season.
” We are hopeful fans will come back on a phased opportunity. Discussion has started, but it is not appropriate for me to put a timescale” he said.