Premier League clubs to be allowed to play friendlies.
Premier League clubs will be allowed to play friendly matches before the season restarts on June 17th.
The friendlies can be played at stadiums or training grounds, but must be under strict restrictions.
Social distancing measures and hygiene protocols will be in place and referees will not take charge of the games, with members of the coaching staff refereeing the games instead.
It's thought players will have to travel in their own cars, and be in their kit before they arrive for the game.
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