A provisional calendar for the remaining rounds of the 2019-20 FA Cup has been announced by the Football Association, with the final plan to be played on August 1.
On Thursday it was announced that the English Premier League season would continue on June 17, with the principal full assortment of end of the week fixtures marked in for June 19-21, pending approval by the administration.
The FA Cup is also because of start, with the quarter-finals planned for 27 and 28 June and the semi-finals on 18 and 19 July. The quarter-final matches were drawn on March 9 yet due to the coronavirus pandemic that set off a worldwide suspension of serious football, the games were unable to take place.
Holders Manchester City was drawn into one of four all-Premier League ties at Newcastle United. Leicester City will have Chelsea, Sheffield United play Arsenal and Manchester United will travel to Norwich City.
The Premier League season will start on June 17 with one of the primary matches to be played in Manchester City ‘s clash with Arsenal-and all 92 remaining matches will be broadcast live.
Aston Villa ‘s home clash with Sheffield United is another one that will mark the arrival of the top English flight, both matching the two games left unplayed before the pandemic coronavirus stopping football.
The agreement to continue came after clubs in the Premier League met on Thursday to proceed with conversations on ‘Restart Project.’ All games are played behind closed doors.
It was also affirmed that all the remaining games of the season will be appeared in the UK on the right now broadcasting channels of the league-Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC, and Amazon Prime.
After both Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta and Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi had tried positive for Covid-19, it was chosen to temporarily suspend the season back on March 13.