According to reports, the Premier League clubs are set to reach an agreement to make sweet in all non-televised games available to fans to see. With games still being played behind closed doors due to the pandemic coronavirus, clubs, football authorities and broadcasters have had to reach a solution. Since the action resumed in June after closing, all parties have been available through any Sky, BT, Amazon Prime or the BBC – as a short term measure.
It was hoped that fans could return to land this month, but plans were abandoned as a result of an increase in Covid-19 cases. Leeds United supporters have not been at Elland Road since the 2-0 win over Huddersfield in March.
Now the clubs are about to agree on a fresh compromise when it comes to screening parties at a meeting on Friday, mail reports.It is said that every game will be available for viewing, although not selected for TV coverage direct will have to be accessed via Sky and BT applications on personal devices amateur.