The Premier League, which will resume on June 17, says its aim is for the remaining games to be played on the usual home and away basis.
But it insisted that the federation had a contingency plan for neutral venues.
The initial suggestion from the UK government had been for the closed-door matches to be played at neutral venues.
But some clubs have expressed opposition to that idea —– views which have been put to the government by the league.
Some media reports have suggested that select games which may have a risk of fans gathering outside grounds would still be held at a neutral venue.’
One of such is the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool.
And this will be even if most matches are held on a home/away basis.
“The Premier League’s ambition is to complete all of our remaining fixtures this season home and away, where possible,” the league said in a statement on Friday.
“We are working with our clubs to ensure risks are assessed and minimised, while co-operating with the police at a local and national level.
“Discussions with the National Police Chiefs’ Council and UK Football Policing Unit have been positive and are continuing.”
“We are prepared for all outcomes and have a neutral venue contingency,” the statement added.
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters told Sky Sports News: “We’ll have a clearer picture in the next seven to 10 days. But we hope the number of games (at neutral grounds) will be low.”
“…(the police) have legitimate concerns but we think we can mitigate some of the issues they’re trying to deal with.