Albion are delighted fans will have the chance to enjoy a feast of televised football.

But Paul Barber admits he has no idea when they will be allowed back at the Amex.

All 92 remaining Premier League fixtures will be screened live, with 29 of them free-to-air.

A fixture list has not yet emerged but Albion are aiming towards one of the four time slots on Saturday, June 20, for their return, which will see Arsenal visit the Amex.

Barber, the club’s chief executive and deputy chairman, said: “We have not discussed the period when fans come back in.

“Our entire focus for the past several weeks has been on getting players back to training and then playing and finishing the season.

“We are going to be guided by the medical profession about when it is safe for us to do that.

“Having 30,000 people in the Amex, it is a tightly packed stadium. It clearly can’t happen at the moment and we can’t see when it could, in the near future at least.

“That has to be the aim. We want to try and get life back to normal when we can and it is safe to do so.

“But that is not something that is within our gift. We are going to be guided very much by the Government and their advisors on that.”

Albion appear likely to play their remaining fixtures in at least close to the original order, although that could be affected by the fact that, even after the Arsenal game has been played, they will still have to meet five more of the eight teams who remain in the FA Cup.

Fans will be keen to see which time slots they are given and on which channels they are screened.

Barber said: “I’m delighted all fans will get a chance to see every game.

“I think that is fantastic news and credit to the broadcast partners and how all the broadcasters have come together.

“We are expecting to play over the weekend of June 20, which is how the fixtures stopped.

“Back in March, Arsenal were due to play Man City at the Etihad on that midweek before we were playing them at the Amex on the Saturday.

“That is basically the way the fixtures have been reconstituted.

“We don’t know yet what our slot will be over that weekend but we are looking forward to welcoming Arsenal to the Amex and getting things back under way.”

The lack of fans means matches can be moved or rescheduled at shorter notice.

That might mean not all ten games have to be played at the same time on the final day.

There would be the option of giving a match with no bearing on major issues a different time slot.

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As it is, the Seagulls are due to visit Burnley on what could be a dramatic final afternoon or evening.

Barber said: “I don’t know exactly how that last day will be managed from a broadcast point of view.

“Obviously, you have lots of different slots on different days.

“Fans will get a real football fix, which I think after two or three months’ break is fantastic for them.”

The FA Cup final has been rescheduled for August 1 as the domestic football calendar takes shape.

Dates have been announced for the final three rounds, with the quarter-finals played over the weekend of June 27 and 28.

No decision has been reached yet on whether those matches will be played on a home-and-away basis as normal or at neutral venues, but the intention for semi-finals on the weekend of July 18 and 19 is to be played at Wembley as usual.

The FA Cup final would be at Wembley with all ties to be played behind closed doors.