The much-awaited verdict as to where the Manchester City vs Liverpool clash will be held has been decided and it will be at the Etihad stadium.
In a statement issued by Manchester City Safety Advisory Group, it was safe to play at the Etihad instead of the initially proposed neutral stadium.
The advisory body said other than having any objection they recommend the match to be played without fans as has been the case since the EPL resumed.
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Football fans across have been warned that they will not only be accepted inside the stadiums but also outside as a measure to combat the spread of the virus.
Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp opposed the idea to play at a neutral stadium saying he was better off facing his rival at their own stadium.
The Reds fixture with Everton was also proposed to be played at neutral venue before the decision was reversed and Goodison termed safe.
Liverpool will be crowned EPL champions if Second placed Guardiola’s men fail to beat Chelsea in their Thursday fixture.
On Wednesday, Klopp’s side run a four goal rout against Crystal Palace extending their lead at the top to 86, 23 adrift of second placed City.