For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic shut fans out of English football stadiums in March, they will return for selected Premier League games this week.
Among the matches that will welcome a small number of supporters will be champions Liverpool at home to Wolves, and Tottenham against Arsenal in the North London derby.
Only clubs located in the UK's low-level restriction tiers 1 and 2 - areas including Liverpool and London - will be able to welcome up to 2,000 supporters.
Teams playing in areas under the highest tier 3 level of restrictions - such as Manchester, the Midlands and much of the north of England - will still complete games without fans.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is looking forward to supporters turning out to watch his side take on table-topping Spurs at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday.
"It is going to be extraordinary to have them back, it will feel strange," Arteta said.
"I am feeling sorry as well for thousands of fans that I am sure would like to make it, but can't be there."
This weekend's round of games was supposed to start on Friday with Aston Villa hosting Newcastle but the Magpies were forced to ask for a postponement after an outbreak of COVID-19 cases at their training ground.
The first game with fans will be West Ham against Manchester United on Saturday, while Burnley welcome Everton, and Fulham travel to Manchester City without supporters.
On Sunday, Anfield will host fans for the first time since a Champions League defeat to Atletico Madrid in March when the Premier League champions host Wolverhampton Wanderers.
It will be the first time supporters have been allowed in the stadium since the club ended a 30-year wait for the league championship by winning last season's EPL.
Also on Sunday, West Bromwich Albion host Crystal Palace and Leicester City travel to bottom club Sheffield United in empty stadiums before Brighton see the return of their fans on Monday against Southampton.
Australian Associated Press