Premier League returns zero positive coronavirus tests, 10 in Championship

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The police statement adds that "the game in which Liverpool could secure the league title" should also be moved, but this may end up needing to be more than one match if the Reds did not clinch it at the first attempt.

Clubs agreed during a conference call on Thursday to restart on June 17 but West Ham vice chair Karren Brady said the latest virtual meeting of club executives featured a long discussion about "what constitutes having a team fit enough to compete in the games left to play".

Tests were conducted on 1130 players and club personnel on Thursday and Friday as contact training resumed.

"Even though I am a south Londoner, I support Liverpool and that is why a small part of my brain is keen for us to return".

"That isn't a problem".

Some Premier League players, such as Chelsea's N'Golo Kante and Watford's Troy Deeney, have opted out of training due to fears over the virus.

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The government said, where possible, social distancing must be maintained at games including "during any disputes between players and referees, or scoring celebrations".

"We got the option to come back to training and that's fine because we didn't have to but if the FA and the EFL and the government and UEFA and the Premier League all say you are going back to play, it really doesn't make any difference what the players think because you're going back to play". So the top scoring 18-year old, 19-year old, and so on.

"It is important that players are given the choice". People have aired their concerns about families' health and I back those people 100%.

If Manchester City lose to Arsenal in the Premier League's curtain raiser, then Jurgen Klopp's will be able to win the title with a win against Everton, in their first game back in action.

Police forces across the country have identified six Premier League fixtures that they'd like to be played at neutral venues when football returns, according to Ian Herbert of the Daily Mail.

Project Restart is financially driven.

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