The British press has reported that the remaining 92 Premier League matches will be held behind closed doors (without supporters) in neutral stadiums, with all matches broadcast live.
The British newspaper “The Sun” reported that the new plan to save the Premier League will be revealed at the Premier League meeting on Thursday, where the clubs are trying to save their season and reduce the magnitude of their financial losses due to suspension of the league for fear of spreading the Coronavirus.
The newspaper said more than one match would be played in different stadiums a day, with teams playing one match every three days.
The report justified the team’s playing on neutral ground to avoid rallying its supporters outside the match stadium, as did Paris Saint-Germain supporters during their team’s match with Borussia Dortmund in the Parisian capital in the Champions League last week, and that will also reduce the number of police and medical personnel.
With nine rounds remaining this season, the English Premier League has been postponed to April 4, at least, due to A Coruña.
The suspension of the championship has threatened Liverpool’s crowning of the Premier League title, which has been absent from its treasures for 30 years, when it was only six points from the crowning, and could decline if its nearest competitor. Manchester City has lost one of the next two matches.