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Premier League neutral venues to be decided with Arsenal v Spurs still in London

Metropolitan Police could allow Tottenham 's explosive home clash with bitter rivals Arsenal to go ahead in London as planned when the season resumes next month. Top flight football will return on June 17 behind closed doors, but police have identified at least six games of huge concern that will have to be staged at neutral venues due to fears over social gatherings. But the showdown between Spurs and the Gunners at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is not one of them - despite it being one of the biggest derbies in the football calendar. Premier League bosses will meet with the Government and police next week to decide which neutral venues will be used when the season restarts. Three games...
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