After 100 days, the Premier League is back
The Premier League returns tonight, with 92 games to be played behind closed doors between now and the end of the season.
Aston Villa kick off against Sheffield United at Villa Park from 6pm, with Manchester City to host Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium from 8.15.
A win will take Villa out of the relegation zone, with the Blades looking to maintain their push for a European spot.
There's Cork interest in that fixture, with Conor Hourihane set to feature for the home side with John Egan set to start for the Blades.
If City lose, then Liverpool will be crowned champions by beating Everton this Sunday.
Meanwhile Bayern Munich have been crowned champions of the Bundesliga for the 8th season in a row with two games to spare.
They celebrated behind closed doors following a 1-0 win away to Werder Bremen last night.
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