While Bundesliga has put things things in place to restart the league, with a proposed date of either 15th of May or 22nd of May 2020, the same cannot be said of the Premier League. All the 20 clubs are committed to complete the remaining 92 fixtures with neutral venues been mentioned to host the games, it is however subjected to a vote among the 20 clubs with at least 14 clubs expected to be in agreement before it can be implemented.

However, with Brighton and Hove Albion coming out to disagree with the use of neutral venues because it may affect the integrity of the league, League Managers Association chief executive Richard Bevan has said the League could be canceled if Premier leagues clubs does not agree to play at a neutral venue.

A vote is set to take place on Monday on proposals for a return to football with Prime Minister Boris Johnson also expected to update the UK’s position on lockdown and the plan for easing measures on Sunday.

Bevan however said that a vote against neutral venue will mean cancellation of the league.

Asked if a vote against neutral venues would lead to the season’s cancellation. “Yes, I think that probably is correct.”

He added: “The government, if they haven’t already, will be making it clear that home matches with densely populated stadia, really puts into question whether social distancing rules can be adhered to.”

The Premier League’s plans – dubbed Project Restart – involve a return to action in June in order to complete the season at the end of July to fit in with Uefa’s European competition plans.

This would require full training to begin by 18 May.

The league would also need up to 40,000 tests for players and staff if plans to play the outstanding games behind closed doors are pursued.