Liverpool have Man City ticket allocation reduced after 'high-risk' decision


Liverpool confirm their trip to Manchester City next month has been "designated as a high-risk fixture"

Liverpool have confirmed they will have their ticket allocation reduced for the trip to Manchester City next month after the fixture was "designated as a high-risk".

Jurgen Klopp's side go head-to-head with Pep Guardiola's men at the Etihad on Sunday April 10 in a match that could have a vital impact on the destination of this season's Premier League title.

Liverpool trail City by just one point heading into next week's international break and could find themselves top of the table when they host Watford in their next match on April 2 before Guardiola's outfit travel to Burnley later that day.

It is the fixture in Manchester, however, that has been circled as the biggest one of the campaign as Klopp's Reds look to close in on a 20th league championship at Anfield.

Liverpool's ticket allocation, however, has been reduced following a call made by the Grounds Safety Advisory Group.

A statement on Liverpool's official website read: "
Manchester City vs Liverpool has been designated as a high-risk fixture by the local Safety Advisory Group and as a result, the allocation of tickets available to Liverpool supporters has been automatically reduced.

"This allocation is consistent with other fixtures that have been designated as high risk by the local Safety Advisory Group."

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