The Premier League season will continue until September with the news that the double header in Rotterdam initially scheduled for March 25-26 will now take place on September 9-10.

Cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak, there have been doubts swirling around about the remainder of the Premier League schedule; now it has been confirmed. As a result of this move, there will be no further changes at the moment to the existing Premier League schedule.

This in essence means that the O2 will now not host the traditional Playoffs; with Rotterdam Ahoy set to host the final night with the Play-Offs following on from that a day later.

As a result, Belfast on April 2 will become the eighth league night, with Judgement Night set to be on April 9 in Sheffield.

Those already in possession of tickets for the original dates will have their tickets still valid for the new nights and as a result, there will now be a gap of just under four months between the final night in London and Rotterdam.

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Author: Samuel Gill