Deputy Chief Constable Mark Roberts of South Yorkshire Police, the UK's football policing lead, said in a statement issued to the PA news agency: "Our discussions with the Premier League throughout this process have been positive, with a shared focus on the priority of public health".
Having seen action suspended in March due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the Premier League is set to return on Wednesday June 17, albeit behind closed doors and some high-profile matches at neutral venues.
Sky Sports will air the majority of matches, showing 64 games, 25 of which will be free to air and that includes Liverpool's clash with Everton at Goodison Park in which the Reds can potentially be crowned champions.More news: Trump to Revoke Hong Kong Privileges, Moving to Treat Like Mainland China
"In relation to crime and disorder we have no objections to any of the Everton or Liverpool home fixtures being played at their respective grounds". We will continue working with the Championship, League One and League Two to gauge their ability to start the season and if so, when - which may vary hugely between clubs.
Manchester Police have also identified Manchester City vs Newcastle and Manchester United vs Sheffield United as other games they'd like to be played on neutral sites, whilst other forces have added that they may wish to move any games later in the season that have serious relegation implications.
"As a JRG member and co-chair of the medical sub group, he has overseen creation of a comprehensive strategy for testing procedures and safe "return to training" and 'return to playing" protocols that have given confidence that the Scottish Premiership can kick-off in August.More news: Libyan army takes district in Tripoli
Liverpool are likely to be unable to clinch their first Premier League title at Anfield following a police request concerning the restart of England's top flight on June 17.
Manager Jurgen Klopp on Friday had said he was still hopeful his team could lift the trophy at Anfield.
"Most of the people on this planet have never had a chance in life to become champion of the Premier League, for us it looks like that we have that chance".More news: Cricket Australia confirms India series as it announces summer schedule
Europe's biggest four leagues are all set to complete their seasons, with the Bundesliga already back under way in Germany, Spain's La Liga hoping to resume on June 11, and Serie A scheduled for a June 18 restart in Italy.