- Chelsea manager says ‘it should be a level playing field’
- Brighton, Everton, Liverpool and Southampton in tier 2
Frank Lampard has claimed that football should be exempt from the coronavirus tier system and has called on Premier League clubs to work together to convince the government to allow fans in regions under the toughest restrictions to still attend matches.
Confirmation that London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will enter tier 3 at 00.01am on Wednesday means Arsenal, Fulham and West Ham will no longer be able to welcome fans for Wednesday’s fixtures against Southampton, Brighton and Crystal Palace respectively, despite tickets having already been allocated.
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