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Champions League Final – The battle for the top 4, five games to go

The weight is building and the stakes are ascending in the fight for Champions League capability. Here, we look at the teams vying for the top four, their restart fortunes so far, and their remaining fixture. Champions League fans can book Champions League Final Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Victories for Leicester City, Chelsea, and Manchester United on match week 33 mean just three points currently separate that trio of teams, with Wolverhampton Wanderers a further three points back in sixth. With two meetings of top-half sides scheduled for this midweek slate of fixtures.

Champions League Final Tickets - Victories for Leicester City on match week 33 mean just three points currently separate that trio of teams
Victories for Leicester City mean just three points currently separate that trio of teams

Those in the third to sixth all playing away, another intriguing round of matches awaits. After back-to-back victories over Aston Villa and Manchester City, before a surprise defeat away at West Ham, Frank Lampard’s Chelsea returned to winning ways on Saturday night against Watford.

It was a much-needed return to form given the Blues started the game outside the top four for the first time since October following United’s thumping win over Bournemouth earlier in the day. Leicester also won on Saturday, their first victory since the restart.

 Wolves dropped points in defeat to Arsenal, leaving them five adrift of fourth place. As the top six have squeezed together slightly in recent games, the other contenders have fallen away somewhat. Arsenal is now the closest challenger outside the top six, though the Gunners have an eight-point deficit to make up on the fourth place.

Champions League Final Tickets - Frank Lampard's Chelsea returned to winning ways on Saturday night against Watford
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea returned to winning ways on Saturday night against Watford

Tottenham, Sheffield United (both one point behind) and Burnley (three points behind) are further behind Mikel Arteta’s side, with just 15 points up for grabs in the remainder of the 2019/20 campaign. There is also the added uncertainty over City’s contested ban from European competition for two seasons due to alleged breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations.

A decision from the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on City’s appeal is expected next week, which could mean finishing fifth in the league this season is enough. For now, the contenders must assume that only a top-four finish guarantees Champions League football next season.

Plenty still to play for, then, and the stakes couldn’t be higher!

Contender clashes

Encounters between teams in the top half of the table will likely play a significant part in deciding the final standings. Chelsea now has three such meetings in their final five games, including trips to Anfield and Bramall Lane, as well as a home match against Wolves.

The latter is scheduled for what could be a decisive final day of the season, on which Man United go to Leicester. Manchester United have the fewest of these clashes (one), while Leicester has the most with four.

Champions League Final Tickets - Chelsea was due to travel to Liverpool on that date but will now take on United at Wembley
Chelsea was due to travel to Liverpool on that date but will now take on Manchested United at Wembley

Remaining head-to-head fixtures between top-half sides:

Leicester – Arsenal (a), Sheffield United (h), Tottenham (a), Man United (h)

Chelsea – Sheffield United (a), Liverpool (a), Wolves (h)

Man United – Leicester (a)

Wolves – Sheffield United (a), Burnley (a), Chelsea (a)

Arsenal – Leicester (h), Tottenham (a), Liverpool (h)

Tottenham – Arsenal (h), Leicester (h)

Sheffield United – Wolves (h), Chelsea (h), Leicester (a)

Burnley – Liverpool (a), Wolves (h)

Parallel priorities:

In the FA Cup, all four semi-finalists are currently positioned in the top seven of the Premier League (Man City, Chelsea, Man United, and Arsenal) and, of course, two of those will advance to the final on Saturday 1 August.

The semi-finals have been scheduled for the weekend of 18/19 July, with league fixtures originally scheduled for then pushed back a few days to the following midweek. Chelsea was due to travel to Liverpool on that date but will now take on United at Wembley, with our trip to Merseyside rearranged.

Three of the top-four contenders remain in European competition – Chelsea in the Champions League plus Man United and Wolves in the Europa League. Remaining fixtures in these competitions have been penciled in to be played in August at the end of the domestic campaign.

Champions League Final Tickets - Wolverhampton Wanderers a further three points back in sixth
Wolverhampton Wanderers a further three points back in sixth

The victors of the two rivalries are ensured a Champions League place next season.

Season standings:

While Chelsea has sat in fourth since mid-October, there have been a lot of fluctuating directions among different competitors through the span of the period, as the diagram beneath represents. Select and deselect teams on the right-hand side to view their standings across the course of the season.


The final straight:

The remaining fixtures for each of the eight teams are listed below, along with their current position in the table, points tally, and goal difference. Check out the hurdles ahead for each of the contenders, analyze the permutations, and vote in our poll for which teams you think will finish in the top four.


Currently 3rd – Leicester City – 58 points – GD +32


Currently 4th – Chelsea – 57 points – GD +16


Currently 5th – Man United – 55 points – GD +23


Currently 6th – Wolves – 52 points – GD +9


Currently 7th – Arsenal – 49 points – GD +8


Currently 8th – Tottenham – 48 points – GD +8


Currently 9th – Sheffield United – 48 points – GD +1


Currently 10th – Burnley – 46 points – GD -9

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Champions League Final – Manchester City’s UEFA fortune Will Be declared in July

The English soccer champion has promised to topple a two-year boycott at the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Be that as it may, the consequences of a three-day hearing that finished Wednesday will have repercussions for the game. Champions League fans can book Champions League Final Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Manchester City, the English Premier League champion, will discover before the finish of July whether it has effectively requested its two-year restriction from European soccer’s tip-top Champions League.

The club, which has indignantly denied disrupting cost-control guidelines and promised to battle any discipline, introduced its resistance during a three-day hearing directed by the Court of Arbitration for Sport that finished up on Wednesday.

Legal counselors speaking to UEFA, European soccer’s administering body, which forced the boycott, protected their choice. Manchester City, sponsored by the very rich person sibling of the leader of Abu Dhabi, was rebuffed in February after an extensive examination by UEFA.

This examination finished up the club had submitted “genuine penetrates” of alleged budgetary reasonable play rules, guidelines intended to keep clubs from spending too far in the red. City responded to the choice, which would deny the club as much as $200 million in Champions League payouts.

Just as the opportunity to guarantee the title, it pines for the most, by charging that the disciplinary procedure had been biased. It pledged to introduce “certain proof” to CAS that would clear the group.

 The vulnerability encompassing the case, and City’s discipline, has thrown uncertainty over the eventual fate of a brandishing venture that diverted City from a likewise ran into a sequential champ and one of worldwide soccer’s most impressive establishments.

Such is the affectability around the case, however, that little was made open before the meeting this week, including the personality of the three-part board that heard the intrigue, as is standard. The discretion board heard the case over video interface because of movement limitations forced to confine the spread of the coronavirus.

In an announcement, it said a decision would in all likelihood be reported by “the principal half of July.”

“Toward the finish of the meeting, the two gatherings communicated their fulfillment concerning the direction of the technique,” the court said in a messaged explanation.

At the core of the body of evidence against City is a case that it masked a large number of dollars of the direct venture by its proprietor, Sheik Mansour receptacle Zayed al-Nahyan, as sponsorship pay, with one record distributed by the German news week after week Der Spiegel

Seeming to show that the group’s principal support, the Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways, paid just a small amount of an $85 million sponsorship understanding. Champions League fans can book Champions League Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

The city has criticized the utilization of “outside of any relevant connection to the subject at hand materials purportedly hacked or taken,” and it keeps on battling that the breaks are a piece of a “composed and clear endeavor to harm the club’s notoriety.”

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Champions League Final – Manchester City’s UEFA fortune Will Be declared in July

The repercussions of the decision will be huge; Manchester City wins about $100 million a season for taking an interest, and its avoidance — and the loss of those installments — could make it increasingly hard to hold staff individuals and players or gain new ones.

In any case, the case could likewise have ramifications for parties past Manchester City. Clubs in the Premier League, which will come back to activity next Wednesday after a shutdown due to the coronavirus, are going after spots in next season’s Champions League; if City is prohibited, the fifth-best group will have its spot in the opposition.

For UEFA, the stakes are similarly as high. A Manchester City triumph at CAS would bring up significant issues about the eventual fate of the budgetary reasonable play guidelines, which were presented in 2009 as an offer to stem a culture of expanding misfortunes in European club soccer.

The destiny of a different examination by the Premier League, which has its own spending rules, could likewise be dictated by the consequence of the City’s intrigue. The city has been forcefully battling the claims of overspending since harming breaks of inward messages initially developed in news media reports in 2018.

The club has since a long time ago guaranteed that it has acted appropriately consistently.  In November, it endeavored to cut off the case before a decision could be rendered, however, CAS dismissed that exertion on specialized grounds. Two of the three appointed authorities associated with that choice are on the present three-judge board.

The case has harmed Manchester City’s relationship with UEFA. Connections between club authorities and UEFA’s specialists are said to have been snappy, a point clarified in the announcement declaring the boycott: It said the club had “neglected to coordinate in the examination.”

The sharpness stretches out to huge numbers of the group’s supporters. Manchester City Fans routinely scoff the Champions League song of devotion on coordinate days, and others have taken to internet-based life criticizing what they see as out of line treatment of their group by UEFA, which they blame for favoring increasingly settled tip-top clubs. The club has upheld comparative conclusions.

Days after UEFA reported its boycott, City’s Spanish CEO, Ferran Soriano, said in a meeting communicate on the club’s site that

“dependent on our experience and our discernment, this is by all accounts less about equity and increasingly about legislative issues.”

The boycott has no impact on the current year’s Champions League, an opposition that City still can’t seem to win disregarding long periods of sumptuous spending under its Gulf proprietors.

The group is all around set to arrive at the quarterfinals in the wake of vanquishing Real Madrid in the away leg of their two-game round of 16 arrangement. UEFA anticipates that the opposition should continue in August, after the finish of the improved household association plan.

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Premier League: Rodgers uncovers genuine motivation behind why Raheem Sterling left Liverpool

Raheem Sterling’s large cash move from Liverpool to Manchester City wasn’t persuaded by accounts, as per ex-Anfield supervisor Brendan Rodgers. Premier League fans can book Manchester City Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

The England star made tremendous features in 2015 when making a disputable £49million change from Merseyside to Manchester, an at that point record expense for an English player.

Premier League: Rodgers uncovers genuine motivation behind why Raheem Sterling left Liverpool
Premier League: Rodgers uncovers genuine motivation behind why Raheem Sterling left Liverpool

Sterling, only 20 at that point, was truly beginning to bloom under the tutelage of Rodgers and had been a key figure nearby Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard as Liverpool went so near title greatness in 2014.

At the point when the Merseysiders lost Suarez to Barcelona after the 2014 World Cup, Liverpool fans thought Sterling’s rise could help fill the hole yet the Jamaican-conceived star, who made his Reds debut under Rodgers at 17 years old, chose to proceed onward as well.

The choice offended the home help and Sterling was impacted for being ravenous, a serenade they despite everything strike up when he comes back to Anfield in City hues. Be that as it may, Rodgers has an alternate take, accepting the move was down to footballing reasons. Premier League fans can book Liverpool Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Premier League: Rodgers uncovers genuine motivation behind why Raheem Sterling left Liverpool
Premier League: Rodgers uncovers genuine motivation behind why Raheem Sterling left Liverpool

Rodgers told the Liverpool Echo.

“For Raheem, it was never about cash, if it was about cash, he could have remained at Liverpool. It was tied in with being as well as can be expected be. At that time, there was a chance to go to where they had top-class players. He’s gone in there and created and turn into a victor, which is obvious to see now in his game.”

“I see Pep (Guardiola’s) group and it’s not the equivalent if he’s not in it. What a confirmation that is to a youthful English player. What I adored about Raheem was that, for a little fellow, he recognized what he needed to be.”

Sterling was a conflicting finisher at Liverpool, overseeing only 23 objectives in 129 appearances. In any case, for City, he’s flourished before objective, stowing 25 objectives last season and scoring 23 so far this term.

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Liverpool daybreak digest as Reds receive Premier League title boost from Man United

Jurgen Klopp signed a new contract at Liverpool until 2024 in December and former striker Emile Heskey believes the Reds’ supporters should not worry about losing the German manager.  Klopp has previously had links to European Giants Real Madrid and Barcelona following his success at Borussia Dortmund and now Liverpool. But Heskey thinks there is little chance of Klopp leaving Anfield just yet, speaking to Genting Bet.

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“There is always an option that Klopp would leave to join a club like Real Madrid or Barcelona but I don’t think that Klopp is finished with the project that he has started at Liverpool,” Heskey said.

They are moving into a new training facility; they are really getting to where they feel they can be when it comes to being recognized as an international brand as a football club.

“Klopp has really put them on the map there. I think Klopp still feels like he has a lot to do. So, I don’t think the fans will be overly worried about Klopp leaving.”

Reds in Torres race Liverpool are reportedly well in the race to sign Valencia’s young talent Ferran Torres, according to the Mirror. The report states that the 20-year-old forward has been on the Reds’ radar since he was just 17 and he has impressed them so much that they are looking at a potential deal for the Valencia starlet.

However, the Reds face competition from Premier League title rivals Manchester City, as well as from La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid. Torres reportedly has a €100m release clause in his current deal at Valencia, but it is thought that any deal would not come close to that amount. United support Premier League continuation

Liverpool’s arch-rivals Manchester United have pledged their support that the Premier League season continues as normal once the football starts again. The Reds are currently 25 points clear of Manchester City in second-place and are just six points away from their first top-flight trophy in 30 years. However, it is reported that some clubs would rather see the season finish and go down as a “null and void” with the coronavirus outbreak suspending football until at least the end of April.

My English is not good enough to say. It’s extraordinary, it’s great,” Klopp said to Liverpool’s official website. I think yesterday (Thursday), I was sent a video of people in the hospital just outside the intensive care area and when they started singing You’ll Never Walk Alone, I started crying immediately.

“It’s unbelievable. But it shows everything, these people not only work but they have such a good spirit. They are used to helping other people, we need to get used to it because usually, we have our own problems and stuff.”

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Neville imps Jamie Carragher over Premier League and Champions League

Gary Neville confesses he’s support calls for Liverpool to give the Premier League title but the former Manchester United right-back must have been able to resist stabbing fun at Jamie Carragher in secluded after the coronavirus eruption led to a suspension of all expert football in England.

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The Merseyside hulks are 25 points clear of second-placed Manchester City at the top of the table and were raid towards their first league title in 30 years but the overwhelming pandemic has caused doubt over how best to complete out the rest of the campaign. Jurgen Klopp will have respired a sigh of relief on Thursday afternoon as it was confirmed that the season would be lengthy indefinitely sense the Reds will almost certainly lift the trophy at some stage. However, it was also proclaimed that the English game would be further postponed until April 30 at the earliest due to the crisis.

Speaking on a special edition of Sky Sports’ The Debate on Thursday evening, Neville and Carragher discussed a range of topics from how the Premier League should be ‘leading the way’ throughout the epidemic to just how much they’ve wasted the game over the recent days.

On the theme of whether Liverpool’s huge points tally means they should be given the title irrespective, Carragher supposed: ‘Liverpool is the easy bit. I’m not proverb Liverpool should be given the league since, for me, if the league doesn’t carry on it doesn’t texture right. Something’s not quite right about that. ‘Yes, we all know Liverpool were or are going to go on and win the Premier League they need to win two sports but, if the league halts, it just doesn’t feel right.

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‘Yes, Liverpool may be given the league but there will always be something there that just didn’t feel quite right about it but that’s not going to impact Liverpool economically or what division they’re in or affect them for a few years. Teams going out of the Premier League really struggle to get back to the Premier League so that could affect a team for four or five years. ‘That’s why I say Liverpool isn’t the most important thing, it’s the teams that are gonna lose huge sums of money in completely different divisions. Also, how do you affect next season’s Champions League? This season has to finish because it impacts next season because of European places and Champions League places. How do you decide the top four and who is in Europe next season?’

“It would be a doomsday scenario for football not to finish the fixtures says as far as football is concerned, the season has to finish – but he still can’t resist winding up”

Neville, with a smirk on his face, replied: ‘He’s been a little bit touchy on this one over the last few days on our messages. ‘I say give Liverpool the league and I keep sending a little asterisk sign so you just have that little note next to it: Liverpool won the league BUT. ‘But it would be an absolute doomsday scenario for football. At the end of the day, football doesn’t matter, but it would have to be a doomsday scenario not to finish the fixtures for this existing season because I don’t see how you could shift on with next season without finishing those fixtures.’

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Later on, in the show, Neville couldn’t help trolling Carragher as his pal discussed the fate of the Champions League following Liverpool’s elimination at the hands of Atletico Madrid. ‘If you’re in the quarter-finals. where are we in the quarter-finals of the Champions League?’ Carragher supposed. ‘Or we’re in the quarter-finals of Euro ‘Neville, quick as a flash, interrupted: ‘Well you’re not!’ Prime Minister Boris Johnson gambled that the ‘tide can turn’ against the virus over the next 12 weeks but it appears very unlikely that spectators will be able to attend matches again any time in the near future.

‘We’ve collectively agreed that the expert game in England will be further suspended until no earlier than Thursday 30 April,’ the FA’s statement on Thursday read.
‘The progress of Covid-19 remains unclear and we can reassure everyone the health and welfare of players, staff and supporters are our priority.’

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Spurs’ revenue grows by £80m following Champions League final appearance

Tottenham Hotspur has announced record revenue for the 2018-19 season, with overall turnover growing by £80m (€85m/$92m) off the back of the club’s appearance in the 2019 Uefa Champions League final.

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The figure of £460m is the fourth-highest in the Premier League for the previous season. Only the two Manchester clubs – United (£627m) and City (£535m) – and Champions League winners Liverpool (£533m) posted higher numbers. 

The figures show the importance of Champions League qualification to Spurs, which has taken on debts of £637m in financing the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Almost a quarter – £108.4m – of the club’s total turnover for the season came from Champions League gate receipts and prize money.

The added visibility of sustained Champions League football over several seasons has also offered a boost to Spurs’ sponsorship and hospitality revenues, which grew by almost £30m year-on-year, from £93.4m in 2018 to £120.3m in 2019.

Television and media revenue remains the club’s biggest revenue generator, but grew only slightly in the 2018-19 season, hitting £149.9m, up just £2.3m from the year before.

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Matchday and ticketing incomes, which stood at £34.4m for the Premier League unaided, were wedged by the detail that Spurs played 14 of its 19 home sports for the season at Webley Stadium, touching to the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for the final five sports. The 2019-20 season would have been the first full movement the club had consumed at its new home, but that gate takes are now likely to be pretentious by the continuing postponement of all football due to the eruption of Covid-19.

In total, Spurs posted an overall profit, excluding player transfers, of £172.7m – a rise of just over £10m on the previous year. Profit after interest and tax was £68.6m – down significantly on the record-high profit of £113m the club posted in 2018, though this is largely attributed to player transfers, with the club bringing in several high-profile targets after being dormant on the transfer market the previous two windows.

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In his statement accompanying the financial release, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy addressed the current global situation, with the club’s hometown of London currently preparing to go into lockdown, stating: We are excruciatingly aware that it appears wholly unsuitable to be giving any attention to the prior year’s financial results at a time when so many individuals and businesses face worrying and difficult times. We are though lawfully obligatory to proclaim these by 31 March 2020.

“We are all fronting indeterminate times together at work and in our individual lives. I have consumed nearly 20 years rising this Club and there have been many steeplechases along the way none of this greatness the Covid-19 pandemic is the most serious of them all.”

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Champions League: Man City Vs Real Madrid FIFA 20 simulates the second-leg

If the pandemic did not paralyze civilization, fans would be listening to Manchester City against Real Madrid tonight in what was to be an enticing tie in the Champions League.

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Pep Guardiola’s team came out victorious in the first meeting between the two teams, the goals of Gabriel Jesus and Kevin De Bruyne sealing a famous 2-1 victory. We may never know the outcome of the match, which is actually due to the coronavirus epidemic, but UEFA is optimistic that the Champions League will return in the coming months.

But in times of trouble, you have to make the most of a bad situation and that’s exactly what we decided to do here at GIVEMESPORT. Using FIFA 20, we simulated City’s home game against Real Madrid and the visitors came out on top.

A late goal from Luka Modric (a header if you can believe it) sealed a 1-0 win for Los Blancos, but City qualified for the last eight away goals. The first big chance of the match fell on Vinicius Junior, the Brazilian floating foot escaping from the defense of the city, only to see his powerful shot well recorded at the near post by Ederson.

The City goalkeeper was called to action again in the 27th minute, but Modric’s shot, when perfectly clear, was reversed by the Brazilian shooter. The hosts struggled to move forward and despite seeing more of the ball in the second period, it was impossible to find meaningful opportunities for Guardiola’s men.

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It was Real who delivered the first great moment of the second half over 82 minutes, while the center of Gareth Bale was coldly led in front of Ederson by Modric to give Real serious hopes of equality.

Zidane though his team had done it with two minutes of normal time remaining, Rodrygo Goes saw his effort from inside the box miraculously stopped by Ederson. Really simply couldn’t count its dominance and Guardiola will breathe a huge sigh of relief tonight.

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Champions League – Man City’s battle with Real Madrid is going forward as intentional

UEFA and Manchester council chiefs say they are the ‘monitoring’ the situation ahead of Champions League game at the Etihad next week. There are currently no plans for Manchester City’s huge Champions League clash with Real Madrid to be played behind closed doors. Champions League fans can book Manchester City Vs Real Madrid Tickets on our website on discounted prices.

Pep Guardiola’s men face the Spanish giants in the second leg of their last 16 ties at the Etihad next Tuesday night, March 17 in what is the biggest game of the season so far. A sell-out crowd of around 55,000 fans are expected including an allocation of around 2,000 travelling Madrid fans.

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Champions League – Man City’s battle with Real Madrid is going forward as intentional

However, it has already been announced fans will be locked out of several games across the continent in both the Europa League and Champions League including United’s clash with LASK in the Austrian city of Linz this Thursday in a bid to halt the spread of the virus.

Madrid has seen a big spike in cases of the virus, also known as Covid-19, this week with the number of confirmed patients jumping from 17 to 782, with 21 people had died. Champions League fans can book MANCHESTER CITY TICKETS on our website on discounted prices.

Schools and universities in and around the capital area have been ordered to close and authorities are carrying out daily disinfection of the metro network. All matches in Spain’s top two divisions including La Liga will be played behind closed doors for at least the next two weeks it was announced earlier today (Tues).

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Barcelona’s Champions League clash with Napoli at the Nou Camp next Wednesday will have no fans present. However, at the moment it appears the game in Manchester will be able to go ahead as normal. Champions League fans can book REAL MADRID TICKETS on our website on discounted prices.

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British Government:

The British government are not advocating the cancellation of any sporting events or other mass gatherings. The UK’s Deputy chief medical officer Dr Jenny Harries said cancelling big outdoor events like football matches would not necessarily be a decision supported by science.

“The virus will not survive very long outside,” she said. “Many outdoor events, particularly, are relatively safe.”

A spokeswoman for the Department of Health today said that remained the advice. The city has two home matches before then, against Arsenal on Wednesday and Burnley on Saturday and both are set to go ahead as planned.Fans are excited to watch Manchester City Vs Real Madrid game.

And both European football’s governing body UEFA and Manchester City Council have told the Manchester Evening News that as it stands the Real Madrid match is also expected to go ahead as normal with fans allowed in.

However, both say they are in constant dialogue with the clubs and are closely monitoring the situation, stressing the outbreak is a fast-moving situation and things could change by next week.

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Champions League – The government advice is that cancelling large gatherings is not necessary.

UEFA said there were currently no specific plans for the game, but a spokesman said: “UEFA takes the situation linked to the coronavirus very seriously.

“We are closely monitoring the situation and are in contact with the World Health Organisation and national authorities regarding Covid-19 and its development.UEFA is also monitoring decisions by local authorities that may have an impact on matches in its competitions.  And we are in contact with all the clubs concerning this.”

Manchester City Council spokesperson:

A Manchester City Council spokesperson said:  “We are currently working with government, Public Health England, local health partners and parties involved in organising mass events, and at this stage, the government advice is that cancelling large gatherings is not necessary.

“If the situation regarding Covid-19 or the Public Health England advice changes, then we will work with partners and businesses to understand the impact of that.”

“We will continue to monitor the situation in Spain but this is a fast-changing situation and the Spanish Government will also be advising their residents regarding travel. At this stage good infection control advice is crucial.” 

A City source said they had followed government advice throughout and would continue to do so.The M.E.N has contacted Real Madrid for comment.

However Madrid-based paper Marca says “it is likely that it will be held with fans.”

And it is understood no advice has been given to their fans not to travel. On Tuesday, the UK’s Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said that while holding sporting fixtures behind closed doors is an option, it is “premature” to take such steps or to cancel events now.

He told BBC Breakfast: “At the moment, the advice is clear from the chief medical officer, there isn’t a need to cancel such events.”

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