At least 4,000 spectators will be given access to the stadiums to watch the game in areas where the corona outbreak is not sever.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce the official access to the stadiums on Monday.
However, despite the government’s offer, the results of a referendum on the issue will be awaited before the end of the week.
2,000 spectators will also be allowed to watch the game in the worst-hit areas of Corona, while other venues will have to wait until the situation improves.
The move is one of the expected changes to the new corona lockdown law to be announced by the government.
It’s been eight months since the outbreak and spectators have since then been watching games from home.