The premier league, are set to restrict players from Spitting on the pitch, Swapping of Macthday shirts, and team celebration when Football returns from Coronavirus blackout.
These new rules could take place for the next twelve months should the league make a return to action on June 12.
On Sunday, the prime minister, Boris Johnson, is expected to announce the easing of lockdown restrictions which
the Premier League hopes will be the first step on the road to sport returning.
A meeting is planned next week between the Premier League and the captains’ group to discuss detailed plans for the resumption of matches and training where the new rules will also apply.
Sharing of water bottles will also be banned as part of efforts to get Football underway.
Club doctors have also voiced their concerns over a return of football action and these methods are said to be vital to any comeback.
There is also a huge possibility of all remaining matches being played in a neutral venue, although some premier league clubs are against these decision.
Liverpool where 25 points clear at the top of the table before the Coronavirus pandemic disrupted the premier league, and a return to action will see them end their thirty year wait for a league title.