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Brighton youngster Warren O'Hora has been training at home in Dublin during the lockdown. Photo: Pete Norton/Getty Images

Brighton youngster Warren O'Hora has been training at home in Dublin during the lockdown. Photo: Pete Norton/Getty Images

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Brighton youngster Warren O'Hora has been training at home in Dublin during the lockdown. Photo: Pete Norton/Getty Images

Going for lockdown runs in the local park on Dublin's northside, with a backdrop of complaints from a groundsman unhappy that his pitch is being cut up, is an odd way to prepare for a possible Premier League debut.

But as Warren O'Hora, and all other footballers in England have found out over the last three months, there's a new normal now.

The Premier League resumes later this week and the first game up for O'Hora's club, Brighton, is on Saturday, at home to Arsenal, a game which will have no fans present.