Liverpool hope for new Premier League title as EFL returns

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Liverpool have received a major clue as to when they could be allowed to return to action in the Premier League.

According to a new report, the English Football League plans to resume operations on June 6 in order to end its 2019/20 season.

The Premier League and EFL are currently suspended indefinitely until further notice due to the coronavirus epidemic.

But according to an ESPN report, the EFL has set June 6 as the date for returning from competitive league action for the championship, league one and league two.

The EFL will also allow clubs to hold their first three-week preseason starting May 16 for their players, the report said.

Last week, the EFL sent a letter to its clubs stating that it would take approximately 56 days to complete the current campaign and also informing them that the 2019/20 season would likely end in camera.

The Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 clubs in Germany were allowed to resume training during the past week, before the matches took place behind closed doors in early May.

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The Premier League has yet to confirm its plans for its clubs, although the report said a video conference of the 20 Premier League teams is scheduled to take place on Friday to produce a timetable for the resumption of the upcoming league. weeks.

Liverpool currently leads the table and are only two wins away from being crowned Premier League champion.

And it is understood that the Premier League is ready to do anything to end the current campaign and is against the idea of ​​canceling the season.

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