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Premier League clubs to hold talks with broadcasters about screening EVERY behind closed doors game live... just over a week until the new season starts Sportsmail has learned that the majority of clubs support the proposal Currently, 220 matches will be aired live this season out of 380 in total Premier League yet to adopt EFL's model of streaming games on club websites   Talks are planned with the Premier League's broadcast partners next week 

By Matt Hughes For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:30 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 01:17 BST, 4 September 2020

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The Premier League will hold talks with broadcasters next week with a view to screening every game live until fans return to stadiums on October 3.

Sportsmail has learned that a majority of clubs at Thursday's shareholders' meeting supported the principle that fans should be able to watch games while they are unable to attend, although they have yet to agree how to make it work with only a week until the Premier League season starts next Saturday.

The Premier League announced last month that an additional 20 matches would be broadcast next season, taking the number of live games to 220 out of the 380 to be played, but stopped short of adopting the policy introduced by the Football League of streaming every game on club websites.

Every Premier League game played without fans may be available to watch on TV or online

Every Premier League game played without fans may be available to watch on TV or online

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United was the first game played behind closed doors post-lockdown

Aston Villa vs Sheffield United was the first game played behind closed doors post-lockdown

The Premier League's initial caution sprang

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