The EFL has shared some good news ahead of the Carabao Cup final that has put the fans in good spirits ahead of the Wembley clash.
The EFL has expressed confidence that fans will be in stadiums for the Carabao Cup Final in April.
This follows positive talks over making the game safe for supporters to return.
Fans to attend Carabao Cup Final
The match was initially excluded from a list of events that would welcome a reduced number of spectators during the roadmap out of lockdown.
The EFL has since campaigned for what chairman Rick Parry has described as “the pinnacle of the season”.
Asked about fans attending the Final, Parry conveyed the hopes and the optimism of the EFL. He said, “Clearly, we are hopeful. We didn’t enter into this season thinking we were going to be without fans.
“Of course, the Carabao Cup isn’t a dress rehearsal for us. It’s the pinnacle of the season and a significant event.”