Find out what sporting events are back on in the coming weeks....

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When the final whistle blows on the game between Aston Villa and Sheffield United tonight, we know the nation will breathe a collective sigh of release.

Premier League football is back. British sport is back. But until we can see it with our own eyes, albeit played out behind closed doors, it’s still difficult to believe that it’s really happening.

It has been more than three months since Leicester City hammered Aston Villa 4-0, courtesy of two goals apiece for Harvey Barnes and the effervescent Jamie Vardy. Villa will certainly be hoping for a better performance tonight as they restart their uphill battle to avoid relegation.

The subsequent suspension of the Premier League – and indeed all sporting events in the UK – in mid-March left a gaping void in the lives of millions of sports enthusiasts.Not only that but think of the thousands of sporting professionals and employees impacted by the lockdown, deprived of their primary source of income – not to mention their passion – or put onto the furlough scheme, without any clear sense of when they’d be able to return to work.

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