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The Premier League has been suspended since March 9 due to the coronavirus pandemic that has halted football activities ever since.
However, the league body is making plans to see how the season can be wrapped up in the best possible way that will still ensure the safety of the players and staff involved.
There are plans for the league to resume in June, but the plans haven’t been fully agreed upon as the league is looking at playing at some selected neutral stadiums with games to be played behind closed doors.
All Premier League clubs will reportedly vote on Friday to determine whether the season can be finished at neutral venues.
The Mirror claim that on Friday, less than 24 hours after the Government make their next decision on lockdown, the 20 clubs in the Premier League will convene again to decide whether they begin again in neutral “approved” venues.
According to the report, 14 of the 20 clubs wish to restart though there are believed to be some concerns about neutral grounds.
Brighton have reportedly argued that neutral grounds is unfair with chief executive Paul Barber having gone on record to that they should be allowed to play at the Amex.