Premier League referees and assistants are now free to take charge of the return match to finish the 2019/20 season that was halted due to the Covid-19 outbreak.
This comes after their test results for coronavirus turned out positive.
They were tested at their nearest top-flight club this week with directives to have those testing positive for the virus to stay away for the remaining part of the campaign.
Daily Mail report that referees Michael Oliver and Mike Dean have maintained fitness from home during lockdown and monitored by GPS tracking devices.
Meanwhile, Stockley Park will still be used as VAR headquarters when the season resumes.
All visual-replay operators will also be tested for Covid-19 before being used at Stockley Park.
The Premier League returns on June 17, as Aston Villa host Sheffield United, while Arsenal travel to Etihad to face Pep Guardiola’s side Manchester City.
The match between City and Arsenal will be refereed by Johnathan Moss.
Friday 19 June
Norwich v Southampton
Tottenham v Man Utd
Saturday 20 June
Watford v Leicester
Brighton v Arsenal
West Ham v Wolverhampton
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace
Sunday 21 June
Newcastle v Sheff Utd
Aston Villa v Chelsea