We will get used to it, Arnold on playing behind closed doors

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Fri, 05 Jun 2020 - 12:14 GMT

Soccer Football - Premier League - Leicester City v Liverpool - King Power Stadium, Leicester, Britain - December 26, 2019 Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrates scoring their fourth goal REUTERS/Andrew Yates

Soccer Football - Premier League - Leicester City v Liverpool - King Power Stadium, Leicester, Britain - December 26, 2019 Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold celebrates scoring their fourth goal REUTERS/Andrew Yates

CAIRO_5 June 2020: Premier League is set to return to action on 17 June after months of suspension amid coronavirus pandemic.

The English teams will experience playing in front of empty stands for the first time which will be strange for the players, according to Liverpool defender, Trent Alexander-Arnold.

"The first game might be strange but we'll get used to it, then everyone will find it normal. We train every day with no fans so I imagine we might be able to adapt quite quickly to it." Arnold said.

Arnold and his teammates are leading the Premier League table with 25 points clear and they need two wins to secure the first Premier League title in three decades.

However, Arnold revealed that his team aims to achieve a perfect finish to the Premier League season.

The defender continued "We're not training now just to hopefully cross the line, but to win every game we have got left. We have got nine games and we want to win them all - that's our aim."

Liverpool will return to action on 21 June with the Merseyside derby against their noisy neighbors, Everton.

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