Premier League football is set to return on 17 June after being stalled for three months due to the Corona virus, which will pave the way for Liverpool to become champions and also determine the teams to play in the European Championships.
Liverpool are set to become champions for the first time in 30 years, but when matches are held at the vacant stadiums, many other issues will be resolved, including the determination of the teams going into the second division and the teams making it to the European Championships next year.
Liverpool were 25 points ahead of their closest rivals Manchester City when the league was suspended in March, and winning two matches would make them the champions of the English Premier League for the first time since 1990. Liverpool wait for Kovid-19 but everyone is confident that the champions will remain the same. Liverpool's two wins will make it difficult for Manchester City to reach them.
Liverpool would also become champions in the event of winning their first match and losing to City. Not only this, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool team can also break City's two records. If she now scores 19 out of a possible 27 points, she will break Manchester City's 2017-18 record of 100 points. Not only this, it can also demolish City's record of winning by 19 points in the same season.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson told the BBC, “It will definitely be a different kind of experience as it would be strange if you lift the trophy in the absence of fans.”
As far as a place in the Champions League is concerned, it has ensured its place in Liverpool. Manchester City, Leicester and Chelsea are next in three places. But Citi cannot participate in the top competition of Europe's clubs for the next two seasons as it is banned for financial Fairplay violations. The city has appealed and if the verdict goes in its favor, it will be entitled to participate in it. If the current decision is upheld, then the team which will finish fifth will make it to the Champions League next year.
Manchester United are currently in fifth place but Wolves and Sheffield United are only two points behind. Tottenham and Arsenal, ranked eighth and ninth, will also have a chance to finish fifth.