Football is slowly coming back.
The Bundesliga has returned and they’ve already successfully completed three gameweeks behind closed doors.
It’s not quite the sport we know and love but it’s football.
Now, the Premier League and La Liga will look to follow in Germany’s footsteps.
In England, ‘Project Restart’ appears to be edging ever closer with contact training now being approved by the 20 clubs.
Meanwhile, in Spain, The Spanish Football Federation has allowed matches to be played every day of the week in order to ensure the 2019/20 season is completed.
In a statement, the RFEF said they were willing to “"show its goodwill" by allowing La Liga to play on Monday and Friday with a temporary measure initially preventing that this season.
And that means, according to Marca, when La Liga returns there will be 32 consecutive days of football.
From June 11 to July 12, there will be at least one La Liga played each day before all 20 clubs will play their final two matches simultaneously on July 15 and July 19.
And Marca have even drawn up a draft calendar showing exactly when the remaining fixtures will take place:
From no football to football every single day. You love to see it.
When it does return, all eyes will be on an intriguing title race between Barcelona and Real Madrid. The La Liga giants have been playing cat and mouse all season and before the coronavirus outbreak halted proceedings, Barca led by two points.
With the title race in Germany seemingly over after Borussia Dortmund's loss to Bayern Munich, all eyes will be on Spain after 32 straight days of football.
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