15, 2021</a></p></blockquote><p></p><div>\n<div>\n<p>The news is inline with the UK government rules which from May 17th, as part of the roadmap out of lockdown,  allow stadiums to operate at 25% capacity or have have 10,000 fans, which ever is the fewer.</p>\n<p>After 21st of June, when the fourth and final stage begins there could be no restriction on attendances, which is great news for next season.</p>\n<p>The schedule will push the 36th round of fixtures, which were meant to be midweek kick offs on May 11th -12th, to the weekend, May 15th and 16th.</p>\n<p>Gameweek 37 is set to move from May 15th-16th to May 18th-19th and the 38th gameweek remains on Sunday 23rd May.</p>\n<h2>Fans in attendance</h2>\n<div><p>LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 03: Fireworks are seen during the Opening Ceremony of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium prior to the the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on April 03, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)</p></div>\n<p>The games which are likely to have fans in attendance can be seen below and we all hope that they are allowed to attend and that next season we return to seeing full houses across at stadiums across the globe.</p>\n</div>\n</div><div>\n<div>\n<div>\n<p><strong>Gameweek 37</strong></p>\n<ul><li>Brighton vs Manchester City</li>\n<li>Burnley vs Liverpool</li>\n<li>Chelsea vs Leicester</li>\n<li>Crystal Palace vs Arsenal</li>\n<li>Everton vs Wolves</li>\n<li>Manchester United vs Fulham</li>\n<li>Newcastle vs Sheffield United</li>\n<li>Southampton vs Leeds</li>\n<li>Tottenham vs Aston Villa</li>\n<li>West Brom vs West Ham</li>\n</ul><p><strong>Gameweek 38</strong></p>\n<ul><li>Arsenal vs Brighton</li>\n<li>Aston Villa vs Chelsea</li>\n<li>Fulham vs Newcastle</li>\n<li>Leeds vs West Brom</li>\n<li>Leicester vs Tottenham</li>\n<li>Liverpool vs Crystal Palace</li>\n<li>Man City vs Everton</li>\n<li>Sheffield United vs Burnley</li>\n<li>West Ham vs Southampton</li>\n<li>Wolves vs Manchester United</li>\n</ul><h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/ten-toes-media-claim-phil-fodens-mbappe-tweet-was-approved-by-player-after-manchester-city-midfielder-sacks-social-media-team/" rel="v:url">Ten Toes Media claim Phil Foden’s Mbappe tweet was approved by player after Manchester City midfielder sacks social media team</a></h3>\n<h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/man-uniteds-paul-pogba-aims-dig-at-jose-mourinhos-management-style-whilst-praising-solskjaer/" target="_blank" rel="noopener v:url noreferrer">Man United’s Paul Pogba aims dig at Jose Mourinho’s management style whilst praising Solskjaer</a></h3>\n</div>\n</div>\n</div>" }, "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "Sportjudges " }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "www.sportjudges.com", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "https://www.sportjudges.com/images/Logos/logo_112.png" } }, "datePublished": "2021-04-16T14:26:06+02:00", "dateCreated": "2021-04-16T14:26:06+02:00", "dateModified": "2021-04-16T14:26:06+02:00" }

The Athletic are reporting that the PL schedule will be changed.

The GW37 fixtures are moving to the final midweek (May 18-20)

The GW36 fixtures are moving to FA Cup Final weekend (May 14-17)

Postponements will move to the free midweek after GW35.https://t.co/3b6p2Qu2dw

— Ben Crellin (@BenCrellin) April 15, 2021 15, 2021</a></p></blockquote><p></p><div> <div> <p>The news is inline with the UK government rules which from May 17th, as part of the roadmap out of lockdown,  allow stadiums to operate at 25% capacity or have have 10,000 fans, which ever is the fewer.</p> <p>After 21st of June, when the fourth and final stage begins there could be no restriction on attendances, which is great news for next season.</p> <p>The schedule will push the 36th round of fixtures, which were meant to be midweek kick offs on May 11th -12th, to the weekend, May 15th and 16th.</p> <p>Gameweek 37 is set to move from May 15th-16th to May 18th-19th and the 38th gameweek remains on Sunday 23rd May.</p> <h2>Fans in attendance</h2> <div><p>LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 03: Fireworks are seen during the Opening Ceremony of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium prior to the the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on April 03, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)</p></div> <p>The games which are likely to have fans in attendance can be seen below and we all hope that they are allowed to attend and that next season we return to seeing full houses across at stadiums across the globe.</p> </div> </div><div> <div> <div> <p><strong>Gameweek 37</strong></p> <ul><li>Brighton vs Manchester City</li> <li>Burnley vs Liverpool</li> <li>Chelsea vs Leicester</li> <li>Crystal Palace vs Arsenal</li> <li>Everton vs Wolves</li> <li>Manchester United vs Fulham</li> <li>Newcastle vs Sheffield United</li> <li>Southampton vs Leeds</li> <li>Tottenham vs Aston Villa</li> <li>West Brom vs West Ham</li> </ul><p><strong>Gameweek 38</strong></p> <ul><li>Arsenal vs Brighton</li> <li>Aston Villa vs Chelsea</li> <li>Fulham vs Newcastle</li> <li>Leeds vs West Brom</li> <li>Leicester vs Tottenham</li> <li>Liverpool vs Crystal Palace</li> <li>Man City vs Everton</li> <li>Sheffield United vs Burnley</li> <li>West Ham vs Southampton</li> <li>Wolves vs Manchester United</li> </ul><h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/ten-toes-media-claim-phil-fodens-mbappe-tweet-was-approved-by-player-after-manchester-city-midfielder-sacks-social-media-team/" rel="v:url">Ten Toes Media claim Phil Foden’s Mbappe tweet was approved by player after Manchester City midfielder sacks social media team</a></h3> <h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/man-uniteds-paul-pogba-aims-dig-at-jose-mourinhos-management-style-whilst-praising-solskjaer/" target="_blank" rel="noopener v:url noreferrer">Man United’s Paul Pogba aims dig at Jose Mourinho’s management style whilst praising Solskjaer</a></h3> </div> </div> </div>"/>

The Athletic are reporting that the PL schedule will be changed.

The GW37 fixtures are moving to the final midweek (May 18-20)

The GW36 fixtures are moving to FA Cup Final weekend (May 14-17)

Postponements will move to the free midweek after GW35.https://t.co/3b6p2Qu2dw

— Ben Crellin (@BenCrellin) April 15, 2021 15, 2021</a></p></blockquote><p></p><div> <div> <p>The news is inline with the UK government rules which from May 17th, as part of the roadmap out of lockdown,  allow stadiums to operate at 25% capacity or have have 10,000 fans, which ever is the fewer.</p> <p>After 21st of June, when the fourth and final stage begins there could be no restriction on attendances, which is great news for next season.</p> <p>The schedule will push the 36th round of fixtures, which were meant to be midweek kick offs on May 11th -12th, to the weekend, May 15th and 16th.</p> <p>Gameweek 37 is set to move from May 15th-16th to May 18th-19th and the 38th gameweek remains on Sunday 23rd May.</p> <h2>Fans in attendance</h2> <div><p>LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 03: Fireworks are seen during the Opening Ceremony of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium prior to the the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on April 03, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)</p></div> <p>The games which are likely to have fans in attendance can be seen below and we all hope that they are allowed to attend and that next season we return to seeing full houses across at stadiums across the globe.</p> </div> </div><div> <div> <div> <p><strong>Gameweek 37</strong></p> <ul><li>Brighton vs Manchester City</li> <li>Burnley vs Liverpool</li> <li>Chelsea vs Leicester</li> <li>Crystal Palace vs Arsenal</li> <li>Everton vs Wolves</li> <li>Manchester United vs Fulham</li> <li>Newcastle vs Sheffield United</li> <li>Southampton vs Leeds</li> <li>Tottenham vs Aston Villa</li> <li>West Brom vs West Ham</li> </ul><p><strong>Gameweek 38</strong></p> <ul><li>Arsenal vs Brighton</li> <li>Aston Villa vs Chelsea</li> <li>Fulham vs Newcastle</li> <li>Leeds vs West Brom</li> <li>Leicester vs Tottenham</li> <li>Liverpool vs Crystal Palace</li> <li>Man City vs Everton</li> <li>Sheffield United vs Burnley</li> <li>West Ham vs Southampton</li> <li>Wolves vs Manchester United</li> </ul><h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/ten-toes-media-claim-phil-fodens-mbappe-tweet-was-approved-by-player-after-manchester-city-midfielder-sacks-social-media-team/" rel="v:url">Ten Toes Media claim Phil Foden’s Mbappe tweet was approved by player after Manchester City midfielder sacks social media team</a></h3> <h3><a href="https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/man-uniteds-paul-pogba-aims-dig-at-jose-mourinhos-management-style-whilst-praising-solskjaer/" target="_blank" rel="noopener v:url noreferrer">Man United’s Paul Pogba aims dig at Jose Mourinho’s management style whilst praising Solskjaer</a></h3> </div> </div> </div>"/>
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Schedule Changes

As the country moves out of lockdown, the Premier League is looking to move the penultimate round of fixtures to allow home fans back to watch the last games of the season, according to the Athletic. The final week of the season will remain on Sunday May 23rd.

There is unlikely to be any away fans allowed at the games but they will hopefully be back for the start of next season.

Fantasy Premier League spreadsheet wizard Ben Crellin has updated his many followers of the upcoming proposed changes and the new dates the games are to be scheduled to.

The Athletic are reporting that the PL schedule will be changed.

The GW37 fixtures are moving to the final midweek (May 18-20)

The GW36 fixtures are moving to FA Cup Final weekend (May 14-17)

Postponements will move to the free midweek after GW35.https://t.co/3b6p2Qu2dw

— Ben Crellin (@BenCrellin) April 15, 2021

The news is inline with the UK government rules which from May 17th, as part of the roadmap out of lockdown,  allow stadiums to operate at 25% capacity or have have 10,000 fans, which ever is the fewer.

After 21st of June, when the fourth and final stage begins there could be no restriction on attendances, which is great news for next season.

The schedule will push the 36th round of fixtures, which were meant to be midweek kick offs on May 11th -12th, to the weekend, May 15th and 16th.

Gameweek 37 is set to move from May 15th-16th to May 18th-19th and the 38th gameweek remains on Sunday 23rd May.

Fans in attendance

Tottenham Spurs stadium

LONDON, ENGLAND – APRIL 03: Fireworks are seen during the Opening Ceremony of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium prior to the the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on April 03, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

The games which are likely to have fans in attendance can be seen below and we all hope that they are allowed to attend and that next season we return to seeing full houses across at stadiums across the globe.

Gameweek 37

  • Brighton vs Manchester City
  • Burnley vs Liverpool
  • Chelsea vs Leicester
  • Crystal Palace vs Arsenal
  • Everton vs Wolves
  • Manchester United vs Fulham
  • Newcastle vs Sheffield United
  • Southampton vs Leeds
  • Tottenham vs Aston Villa
  • West Brom vs West Ham

Gameweek 38

  • Arsenal vs Brighton
  • Aston Villa vs Chelsea
  • Fulham vs Newcastle
  • Leeds vs West Brom
  • Leicester vs Tottenham
  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
  • Man City vs Everton
  • Sheffield United vs Burnley
  • West Ham vs Southampton
  • Wolves vs Manchester United

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