All 20 Premier League clubs have agreed to resume the season in three weeks, with June 17 earmarked as the date for action to restart (Daily Mail).
The two games in hand will be played on June 17 to get all clubs up to the 29 game mark before regular matchday weekends will begin on June 20.
Barring a handful of fixtures, most matches, including all of Tottenham’s clashes, are set to be played at their usual stadiums.
However, Football.London’s Alasdair Gold has revealed that there will be changes to the usual broadcast timings with a late 8 pm fixture slot being added on Saturdays and a 7 pm kick-off on Sundays.
It has also been confirmed that matches on Friday and Monday will continue to be held at 8 pm, with Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday games kicking off at 6 pm or 8 pm.
This will mean that all 92 remaining games this season will be shown live on Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport, or Amazon Prime.
Saturday games will kick off at 12.30pm, 3pm, 5.30pm and 8pm, Sunday games at 12pm, 2pm, 4.30pm and 7pm. Friday and Monday matches at 8pm, with Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday games kicking off at 6pm or 8pm.
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) May 28, 2020
Spurs Web Opinion
This is a great move as it means that fans will be able to watch every single remaining game this season. However, it certainly sounds as if the fixture list is going to be cramped, with teams often playing twice in a week. So, we will need to put our squad to good use to avoid injuries and keep players fresh.
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