22 July 2020 20:40
The club is asking for everyone's support in protecting the health and safety of fellow fans and loved ones by not congregating at the stadium. By supporting the team from home and following government guidance, you will be playing your part to keep Liverpool and the local community safe. As per all behind-closed-doors games, there will be no access to the stadium footprint. This will allow us to facilitate social distancing whilst carefully managing and protecting the local community and all those working at the game as per Premier League and government guidance. We know that fans are eager to see the team lift the trophy – however, contrary to reports, nothing is happening outside the stadium and the team will not be making an appearance on the steps.
Walton Breck Road will remain open; however, we may be required to close the road for health and safety reasons during the game. Ahead of the game, we have been working once again with our city partners and the Premier League to ask supporters to stay at home and enjoy the ceremony, and not travel to Anfield. We are asking everyone to tune in to the game against Chelsea, and the subsequent trophy presentation, which is free-to-air on the Sky Pick channel in the UK and Republic of Ireland. From everyone at Liverpool FC, we want to thank our incredible supporters for their support – it's essential that we finish the season in the safest way possible, prioritising public health in order to ensure that the return to football is a success for Merseyside. LIVERPOOL are all set to lift the Premier League trophy tonight following their Anfield clash with Chelsea.
Read on to find out how to get a Liverpool vs Chelsea live stream and watch the Premier League clash online from anywhere. James Milner is set to return for Liverpool after recovering from a hamstring injury, however Jordan Henderson and Joel Matip are still sidelined. Read on for full details on how to get a live stream of Liverpool vs Chelsea with our guide below. Liverpool vs Chelsea: Where and when? Wednesday's match takes place behind closed doors at Old Trafford, with kick-off set for 8.15pm BST local time.
Joel Matip (foot) remains sidelined for the rest of the season, as does captain Jordan Henderson (knee). However, both men are sure to be involved in the trophy presentation ceremony that will follow Liverpool's clash with Chelsea. Liverpool XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Keita, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Salah, Firmino, Mane Brits on holiday in Spain may have to quarantine when returning home after statistics showed the virus is rebounding in parts of the country. The country has been hit with a fresh outbreak of coronavirus, with infections being recorded in holiday destination Marbella yesterday, for the first time in ten days. The incident follows the famous party strip Punta Ballena closing last week after Brits were involved in another disturbance, with some of them clambering on top of parked cars. The Spanish government confirmed this week that virtually half of the new outbreaks of coronavirus in the country are linked to nightlife and illegal parties. Officials fear that too many people are contravening all the coronavirus safety regulations, with no social distancing and no masks. But infection rates in Spain have jumped from eight cases per 100,000 inhabitants at the end of June to 27 per 100,000 on Monday. Some 201 local outbreaks have been recorded, with the highest number of infections found in Catalonia, Aragon and the Basque region. And across the region of Malaga, 23 cases were recorded in 24 hours, sparking fears of more outbreaks. Now government sources have said the situation is being closely monitored and Spain could be removed from the quarantine-free list. On Monday, there will be a formal review of the 25 countries that Brits can currently travel to without having to isolate on return. Ahead of this, officials in the Canary Islands have pledged to take tough action to stamp out illegal raves and private "uncontrolled parties." The Canaries have had a low rate of infections and deaths and the authorities have worked hard over the last four months to relay a "safe destination" message to tourists. Leaders say they aren't prepared to let "reckless party-goers" spoil this and will hand out harsh fines for gatherings that bypass security protocols. Several videos have been posted on the social networks of various parties on the islands. Another case occurred in the famous sand dunes of Maspalomas, also in Gran Canaria, where a massive crowd was filmed partying outside a beach bar. Future events have been cancelled following widespread criticism of the lack of masks and social distancing. Minister of Health of the Canary Islands Government, Blas Trujillo said: "The business world of nightlife in the Canary Islands is complying with the measures set by the Canary Islands Government. The Canary Nightlife Association says it backs the tough measures announced by the regional government to stop illegal parties and defended "responsible leisure that generates safe sanitary conditions for the public and workers in the sector."