Premier League is the hottest league in the world and fans all over, can’t wait to have it back to action, after the coronavirus pandemic causing it to be suspended.
On Wednesday, 27th May, 2020, the Premier League clubs voted massively to approve a return to contact training after having the coronavirus test last week, recording only four positive cases, but players had already been working hard in small groups.
Burnley’s Ashley says it is good to have the Premier League back by returning to training. Westwood who trains with Ben Mee, Charlie Taylor, Jeff Kendrick and Robbie Brady in a small group said, its been stimulating to have the normal practice back.
The 30-year-old midfielder who celebrated his birthday in lockdown said, traveling back to Burnley is a good one and he hope to play full 90 minutes on the pitch.
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Westwood has been keeping his fitness during the lockdown and this made him absolute in his confidence that, he can last to the final whistle if given the play time immediately.
The former Aston Villa man who joined Burnley in 2016 is very confident to have the ball in control throughout the 90 minutes play time if his manager allows him to do so. Burnley is currently 10th on the Premier League table, between Arsenal to her top and Crystal Palace to her bottom, with 39 points, will have to push harder for a better league position if the league resumes again.