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How social distancing would work at Old Trafford, Anfield, Emirates and Co

Premier League fans have been prevented from watching their beloved teams in the flesh ever since the coronavirus pandemic took its toll in mid-March. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was set to reintroduce spectators at sporting venues across the country on October 1, only to postpone those plans when infection rates sky-rocketed again in September. But while it still feels some way off, there will eventually come a time when supporters are able to return to stadiums in the UK - albeit with strict social-distancing measures in place. Liberty Games has analysed how each Premier League stadium will be affected by those one-metre regulations, so what will some of the biggest top-flight grounds...
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