Premier League confirms some changes that will be on board when season resumes

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The Premier League has confirmed it will be introducing some changes to improve viewer experience and make matches enjoyable for the players as the league resumes on June 17.

One of such changes will be the availability of live video feeds, which will consist of up to 16 fans from each side, broadcast on big screens in the stadiums, to bring supporters closer to their teams.

Other changes including an artificial crowd that players won’t hear, tunnel cameras without audio, live audio feed from the coin toss, dedicated celebration camera for players to go to after scoring, and music during kickoff, goals and substitutions by the home club.

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Chelsea face Aston Villa away from home on Sunday evening, and the Blues will be targeting a win to maintain their grip on fourth place.

Meanwhile, Premier League chief Richard Masters has urged fans not to gather outside the stadiums in a bid to keep the Project Restart intact.

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