Liverpool barred from playing Champions League match in Leipzig

  • Covid rules mean first leg set to be played at neutral venue
  • London mooted as a possible location for last-16 tie

Liverpool have been barred from playing their Champions League match in Leipzig because of Covid-19 restrictions.

The first leg of the last-16 tie had been scheduled to take place on 16 February but the German government has banned entry on all arrivals from countries affected by coronavirus variants until 17 February.

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