Premier League players are facing a crucial week of testing as any positive test would likely rule them out from the opening round of restarted games.
There have been no positive tests for coronavirus after the fourth round of Premier League testing.
The Premier League says there is "optimism that we will see fans back in the stadiums next season" but that crowds are likely to return "on a phased basis".
Sky Sports will show 64 live Premier League games, and make 25 available free to air when the season resumes.
Premier League football is poised to return after a three-month shutdown, with top-flight football in England provisionally set to resume on Wednesday June 17.
Premier League games will return from June 17.
Premier League clubs have voted unanimously to approve a return to contact training, in another significant step towards the resumption of matches "when safe to do so".
West Ham have confirmed fans will be offered a refund for the club's remaining five home games of the season.
The Premier League has confirmed it has received six positive tests for coronavirus from three clubs after the first phase of mass testing.
Some Premier League clubs are to resume training in small groups on Tuesday, with a return to top-flight football edging closer amid the coronavirus pandemic.