Unlike all other leagues in the world who have opted to resume their leagues behind closed doors, the Swedish Allsvenskan is set to restart the season with spectators allowed in the stadium.
The Swedish government announced in March that there will be no lockdown in the country despite the fact that all the other countries were going into lockdown to try and curb the spread of the Corona virus.
The government announced that people must behave themselves and look after their health during this period.
The league was postponed in March but the Football Association took a decision that all games will return from the 14th of June with fans allowed in the stadium.
This means South African trio Tashreeq Matthews, Keanin Ayer and Luke Le Roux will be back in action as the 2020/21 season will officially kicks off.
Matthews signed from Borussia Dortmund while Le Roux was recruited from SuperSport United at the beginning of the year.
Ayer, on the other hand, has been a regular first team member for the past two years for the newly promoted Swedish topflight side who earned promotion last season after finishing second.
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