Premier League fans set for TV bonanza
Premier League clubs are expected to back the latest phase of 'Project Restart' today, which will allow players resume contact training in groups of up to 12.
Meanwhile there could be a bonanza in store for television viewers, with matches potentially being staggered across 5 time slots on Saturdays and Sundays if and when the season resumes at the end of June.
It's possible that matches will be staged at Noon, 2pm, 4pm, 6pm and 8pm on a Saturday and a Sunday, and played at 6pm and 8pm in midweek.
There is a likelihood that some games will be free to air.
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