Manchester City will host Arsenal when the Premier League resumes on June 17. 

The other match on the day will pit Aston Villa against Sheffield United as two fixtures were originally postponed due to the EFL Cup Final and the rearranged Manchester City vs Arsenal game.

Football in England has been suspended since March 13 following an emergency meeting between the Premier League, Football Association, the English Football League and the Women’s Super League.

According to Sky Sports, Thursday’s conference call was the second meeting of Premier League clubs in the last two days after they unanimously agreed to resume contact training.

‘We have seen a shift in the last couple of weeks that have been helped by the testing. The Premier League clubs have taken part in three rounds of testing and there have been 12 positives cases, but 99.5 percent of those testing have returned negative results.”

A statement said.

There have been 12 positive results across the first three rounds of coronavirus testing at Premier League clubs. Four positive tests were announced on Wednesday evening.

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