Premier League clubs in Liverpool and London will be able to welcome some 2,000 fans back into their stadiums after the Government announced.
Manchester City, Manchester United, Aston Villa, Newcastle and Leicester will be unable to have fans back in person, however.
Partisans of Burnley, Leeds, Sheffield United, West Brom and Wolves will also have to wait longer before any of them can cheer their teams on inside their grounds.
Arsenal will become the first English top-flight club to welcome back fans when they host Rapid Vienna in a Europa League group-stage clash on Thursday, December 3, and they have said tickets will be available to fans on a “first come, first served priority sale” to certain members who registered for the ballot in September.
West Ham’s match against Manchester United on December 5, is set to be the first Premier League game with fans in attendance.
Source: Sky sports premier league news.