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Alla Zakarian

04-02-2021 | 22:19 Football

BREAKING: Liverpool won't be allowed to travel to Germany for Champions League clash with RB Leipzig

Liverpool's Champions League last-16 stage's away game with RB Leipzig won't be allowed to take place in Germany on February 16. The reason behind the decision is because the country has banned people from entering who've travelled from areas affected by coronavirus mutations, according to German publications. UEFA is now working on a solution. According to the Daily Mail, a stadium in London has been contacted over holding the first leg of the tie. Should the plan get the go-ahead, it would mean Liverpool would have the technical advantage of playing both legs 'at home' with the two matches taking place in England.        

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