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Premier League games not selected for broadcast in October will be available to fans on a pay-per-view basis.
The five fixtures per round not already picked to be shown live, will be available on BT Sport Box Office or Sky Sports Box Office, priced at £14.95.
Clubs have agreed this "interim solution" to allow fans to continue watching their team live.
The Premier League said it and its clubs "remain committed to the safe return of fans as soon as possible".
Football has been played behind closed doors since the coronavirus lockdown.
Former Manchester United and England right-back Gary Neville, now a television pundit, said on social media it was a "really bad move" by the Premier League.
Alex Hurst, the chair of Newcastle United's Supporters Trust said: "The idea that Premier League clubs NEED to implement PPV because of economic needs would carry more weight if they hadn't just spent £1bn on players, furloughed staff, received government loans, weren't charging fans for games they aren't going to and hadn't just made thousands of staff redundant."
The Premier League and UK government had hoped to bring fans back into stadiums from 1 October but those plans were scrapped following an increase in coronavirus cases.