The Olympics: Setting the standard

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Find out about the schedule of Liverpool’s next three Premier League…

first_img“The schedule of matches for the first three rounds of the resumed 2019/20 season has been approved, provided all safety requirements are met,” the association said in an official statement.The Premier League will resume on June 17 after a 100-day hiatus, in light of the outbreak of the new Corona virus “Covid-19”.The #PL will restart behind closed doors on 17 June if all safety requirements are in placeThe Premier League today confirmed the fixtures for the first three match rounds of the resumed 2019/20 seasonAll 92 matches will be broadcast live in the UK ➡ https://t.co/MhXpFrg2nu pic.twitter.com/5cYPDij53a– Premier League (@premierleague) June 5, 2020The Premier League has limited the dates for the first 32 games after the announcement of the resumption of the competition from June 17 to the second of July, with the remaining dates to be published later.All confrontations will be fought behind closed doors without a public presence.Liverpool, the leaders who need 6 points to win the competition title for the first time in 30 years, will open the first three rounds after stopping at Everton on June 21.The Reds then host the Crystal Palace team on June 24 in the confrontation in which the contest is likely to be resolved if it won to win the two games, before he visits Manchester City on July 2.last_img read more