The English Premier League teams will will be allowed to make five substitutions, rather than three, in each match to the end of the season after clubs approved new rules.
Teams will also be able to name nine substitutes instead of the usual seven.
The decision follows concerns over the fitness of players, their susceptibility to injury following the restart, and the fact that games will be played in the warmer months of June and July.
A Statement on the Premier League website reads: “Shareholders today agreed temporary changes to the rules relating to substitute players.
“For the remainder of the 2019/20 season, the number of substitutes used during a match will increase from three to five players.
“This is in line with the temporary law amendment made by the International Football Association Board last month.
“Shareholders also approved for clubs to increase the maximum number of substitute players on the bench from seven to nine for the rest of the 2019/20 season.“
Premier League football will return on 17 June after a three-month absence.
An announcement of the first few rounds of fixtures since the campaign was halted by coronavirus on 13 March is expected in the next 24 hours.
The Bundesliga, which returned in May, has adopted the five substitutes rule.
Substitutions can only be made at a maximum of three points in a match, to avoid unnecessary delays.