Comment Usually 3pm kick-off games are not televised (Picture: Getty)There is a crucial shareholders meeting on Monday between the Premier League clubs where chiefs aim to reach a consensus on playing the remaining games at eight to ten neutral grounds.Some clubs have expressed reservations about this plan, but Project Restart remains on track to kick off on 12 June.The aim is to finish the football calendar by the end of July, but there continues to be concerns about the safety of resuming action.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityPlayers will need to be convinced to go back to work having not played any football since March 13.News that the German government have given the go ahead for the Bundesliga to resume in late May will serve as a boost to the Premier League’s chances of finishing the season.Safety protocols are set to be presented to the Professional Footballers’ Association and the League Managers’ Association before Monday’s shareholders’ meeting.The Premier League plan to then present the safety measures to each team in a teleconference call, the aim being to allay any fears players, managers and club personnel might have.MORE: ‘My intention was to stay’ – Ander Herrera reveals real reason he left Manchester UnitedMORE: Barcelona drop transfer interest in Arsenal transfer target Layvin KurzawaFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. For more stories like this, check our sport page. Coral BarryWednesday 6 May 2020 6:06 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link578Shares Project Restart: TV broadcasters draw up epic football schedule with almost 200 games to be shown live Advertisement Advertisement Liverpool are top of the table (Picture: Getty)Almost all of the remainder of the Premier League and Championship season will be televised, according to reports.Football chiefs are pushing to receive the green light from the British government to resume action behind closed doors amid the coronavirus pandmeic.Boris Johnson has said lockdown measures will be relaxed in the near future and there are 200 games still left to play in the 2019/20 Championship and top flight seasons.The Times claim Sky Sports and BT Sport plan to broadcast almost every game possible, with three matches a day at different kick-offs.ADVERTISEMENTUsually there is a TV black-out for games at 3pm, but there are 98 games left in the Premier League and 108 in the Championship.AdvertisementAdvertisement Visit our live blog for the latest updates Coronavirus news liveThere has been talk of matches airing for free on Youtube, as 45 of the 98 remaining Premier League fixtures are not scheduled to appear on Sky or BT Sport.The British government are keen for football to return, as Health Secretary Dominic Raab offered his backing to Project Restart by saying it would ‘lift the spirits of a nation’.
“Our kitchen is a good open space and great for gathering with friends and family,” she said.“You can cook and chat at the same time.“It has a large granite bench, double Miele ovens, induction cooktop with large walk-in pantry.“It makes Christmas Day cooking a breeze.” The auction is the first of more than 50 scheduled for Saturday, March 23, being held onsite from 9am. With winter around the corner, the kids will love toasting marshmallows at the firepit. With winter just around the corner, there’s even a firepit, perfect for toasting marshmallows with your children. >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE<< More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours agoSince living at the Camp Hill home, Ms Lamb has fallen in love with the location and the open feel. “The living and dining area leads out to our outdoor entertaining, heated pool, fire pit and garden,” she said,“It’s private and a little oasis. “The gardens are thriving and it has a nice relaxing feel about it.” RELATED: Family affair at modern build This five-bedroom at 48 Brisbane Ave, Camp Hill is going to auction on Saturday, March 23 at 9am.Going to auction this weekend, this Camp Hill home is what memories are made of.Impeccably designed and styled, the home at 48 Brisbane Avenue, comes with all the luxuries you would find at a five-star resort, including a heated pool, garden and extensive decking for outdoor entertaining. Is ‘Flintstone House’ yabba dabba doomed According to the owner entertaining from the state-of-the-art kitchen is easy, breezy. Many memories were made from the kitchen, especially at Christmas time, Ms Lamb said. A ‘TV star’ home lands seven figure sum The floorplan was the deciding factor when owner Kendell Lamb purchased the home in 2016, she loved the open plan layout, yet that it still had privacy for a large family.“Inside flows through to outside and the bedrooms and second living upstairs,” Ms Lamb said. “Everyone has their own space. “With the fifth bedroom and full bathroom downstairs as well, it really suited our extended family when visiting from interstate.“The pool location was another plus for us and we love that it is a main feature out the window, there is something nice about looking at water.” MORE: