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Premier League hope fans will return to stadiums in October despite second wave threat

Premier League hope fans will return to stadiums in October despite second wave threat (Image: GETTY) The Premier League will tell clubs they are still hopeful of getting fans back into grounds in October. This comes despite attempts to get spectators into sporting fixtures such as the World Snooker Championships and Goodwood abandoned amid fears of a second wave of coronavirus. Related articles Premier League have no Rooney Rule plans despite Sterling call out Man Utd and Mourinho win from Prem restart but Watford, Liverpool lose Work is ongoing using Test and Trace procedures to keep a hold on the risk of allowing fans back into Premier League matches and 'clinical passports' for...
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