The Premier League is to put its controversial pay-per-view service on ice until at least the New Year.
A meeting of Premier League clubs will decide later if to suspend the controversial £14.95 fee for watching those matches not already taken by Sky Sports or BT Sport.
The Premier League has agreed to review the cost of viewing its pay-per-view matches after a disapointing take up.
Sky and BT will screen additional Premier League fixtures on a pay-per-view basis after the Premier League agreed it would continue to make all matches available to fans until at least the end of October.
The Premier League has terminated its most lucrative broadcast contract for overseas television rights.
All Premier League matches could be broadcast live in the UK until fans are allowed back into grounds.
The return of the Premier League to Sky Sports has given the broadcaster its most watched match in over three years.
Amazon says it will screen its three Premier League matches on the video gaming platform Twitch.
Sky has reached a series of agreements with sports rights bodies that will cut its expenditure as the broadcaster looks to offset losses after coronavirus hit its live schedules.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has met with chief executives from the Premier League, EFL and Football Association ahead of a potential restart of professional football in June.