The Premier League are set to continue capping ticket prices at £30 for away games.

It was first agreed in 2016 that there should be a limit on the amount supporters should pay to watch their team on the road.

However, according to the Daily Mail, that initial agreement was going to expire at the end of this season.

But with a Premier League shareholders meeting arranged for Thursday, it’s believed they will extend the price cap for a further three years.

A spokesperson from the Football Supporters’ Federation told the Daily Mail: “We have always argued that away supporter attendance needs to be encouraged if the atmosphere and spectacle of a live match is to be sustained.

“There had been a rapid rise in away ticket costs for many supporters and the cap put a halt on that.

“However, we still believe more can be done and we call on the Premier League to look at ways to further reduce concessionary ticket costs and subsidise travel costs when games are moved for TV.”