There has been no action in the English top-flight since early March, with all sport put on hold due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
We’re supposed to be in group stages of Euro 2020 now but that has been put back a year as domestic leagues are given extra time to finish their campaigns.
Here’s all you need to know about the restart…
When is the Premier League resuming?
Tonight! ‘Project Restart’ was initially planned for June 12, but clubs voted on Wednesday, June 17 for the season to resume after being given the green light by the government. There will be a number of strict social distancing guidelines in place, while no fans will be allowed in stadiums.
The action restarts with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United at 6pm and is followed by Manchester City vs Arsenal at 8.15pm.
Those are both rearranged games, and will mean all 20 clubs have played 29 matches heading into the weekend of June 19-21, when the rest of the top-flight will be in action once again.
There are 92 matches still to play of the 2019/20 season and every match will be live on TV and radio.