Premier League leaders Liverpool received a massive boost on Tuesday when UEFA made a commitment towards finishing the league season, but the Reds might win the league title with no one around to see it.
Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Europe's football governing body confirmed it had postponed the 2020 European Championship for a year in order to allow for domestic club competitions to reach their conclusion.
That decision will have come as a boost to Liverpool, who are just six points away from claiming a first league title in 30 years, but the Reds' celebrations could be muted if the latest reports from England are to be believed.
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According to the Daily Mail, when the league resumes, the EPL will attempt to squeeze all 92 of the remaining matches in before the end of June, but with the caveat that all games will be played behind closed doors in an attempt to curb the outbreak.
That means that Liverpool – should they maintain their lead – are likely to lift England's most coveted trophy inside an empty stadium with no fans, barring those watching on television, around to witness their triumph.
Jurgen Klopp's side are currently 25 points ahead of reigning champions Manchester City, who have a game in hand, and look all but certain to claim league honours should the campaign resume in time.
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