Round-Up: EPL broadcasters ask for ‘unprecedented’ access, Lancs’ India plans, new Chinese basketball museum, and more

The Sky Sports remote-controlled goal camera films the action during the Premier League match between Arsenal FC and Tottenham Hotspur FC at the Emirates Stadium on December 2, 2018 in London, United Kingdom (Visionhaus/Getty Images)

UK government culture secretary Oliver Dowden has said he hopes the Premier League can resume by mid-June. The teams have agreed to start non-contact training in small groups today. Dowden also said the league may show more matches on free-to-air television when it resumes, including matches played at 3pm on Saturday, which are usually not shown live in the UK - AFP/Reuters/Channel News Asia

UK pay-television broadcasters Sky and BT are discussing with the Premier League getting unprecedented access to changing rooms, technical area and tunnel, as part of plans to restart coverage. The broadcasters have proposed getting feeds of live audio from technical areas and footage from changing rooms and the tunnel - Daily Mail

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