Greek Super League hoping for 6 June returns

The Greek Super League is waiting on government approval to return from its coronavirus-enforced suspension on 6 June after the league’s board voted unanimously on Monday to complete the 2019-20 campaign.

A positive decision to Monday’s request is expected from the state health authorities this week.

An important step towards resumption was made with clubs being allowed to begin training in larger groups in line with health protocols.

The play-offs to determine the title and European spots is expected to be completed by July 19 with the Greek Cup semifinals between PAOK and Olympiakos and AEK and Aris to follow.

Government health authorities said last week that should league action resume and a player is found to be affected by Covid-19, he would be placed in quarantine at home and the rest of the team will be isolated for five days. Play Bet on today’s games 24/7 on NaijaBet

Up to now, no player has been found with the virus during regular checks at training sessions.

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