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    Wednesday, 25 November 2020

    Everton and Liverpool fans could return to stadiums next month under new tier system plan

    Everton and Liverpool are waiting to discover whether they can allow up to 4,000 fans to watch home games from next month


    Everton and Liverpool are expected to find out later this week whether they will be allowed to welcome fans back in to watch home games.

    The Government on Monday released their winter plan aimed at dealing with the coronavirus pandemic over the coming months.

    Among a number of initiatives is the proposed return of spectators to sporting events once the national lockdown is lifted on December 2.

    Regions will be placed into three tiers, with restrictions tougher than those when the system was first introduced earlier in the autumn.

    Under the plans, regions in tier 1 will be allowed up to 4,000 spectators to watch outdoors sporting events such as Premier League matches.


    In tier 2, the number is halved to 2,000. Those in tier 3, though, would not be permitted to have any fans inside stadiums.

    It's anticipated the Government will reveal the composition of the tiers as early as Thursday.

    As things stand, the city of Liverpool hopeful it will be placed in tier 2 having seen their infection rate fall below the national average after being chosen for a pilot scheme of mass testing aimed at minimising the spread of coronavirus.

    Fans haven't been allowed into stadiums in England since March when the Premier League was suspended for three months due to the growing threat of the virus.

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