Champions League Fixtures Go Ahead This Week

The Premier League announced last Friday that all home games will be postponed to the weekend as the nation is in mourning over the loss of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen’s passed away on Thursday led to all home games in England being postponed to this weekend

As the Sun reports, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham will perform in Europe again this week, and any inability to do so would mean a loss of points.

Spurs will have to travel to Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday to avoid a repeat of the Europa League match they lost to FC Rennes in the 1st division on December 9 last year.

The game was originally suspended after the North Londoners reported a recent times outbreak in their team.

December, but could not agree on a date with the French club, which led to the fact that Antonio Conte conceded a 3-0 defeat according to UEFA rules.

Subsequently, the “Spurs” left the group stage, although they were favorites and won the competition without delay.

Liverpool are looking to get their revenge last Wednesday when they lost 4-1 to Napoli.

On Tuesday, the “Reds” will host Ajax Amsterdam at Anfield, which Rangers defeated 4-0 last week.

Graham Potter will play his first game as Chelsea’s head coach when RB Leipzig arrive at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

The Blues began their campaign in the Champions League with the 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Zagreb last Tuesday, which was the last act of Thomas Tuchel’s tenure as head coach.

And City will be hoping for a spectacular start after last week’s 4-0 defeat to Sevilla FC.

While the Champions League continues as usual, other European connections are also affected.

Arsenal’s match against PSV Eindhoven in the Europa League on Thursday was postponed “due to serious restrictions on police resources and organizational issues related to current events,” UEFA announced.

The clashes between Manchester United and West Ham away with the Sheriff of Tiraspol and Silkeborg each go according to plan.

There have been changes at Rangers: their game against Napoli was postponed 24 hours after, as “Queen” drives through Scotland on the way to London.

The Serie A team was informed that away fans will not be allowed to enter the “Eibrocks” and the “Jers” will not let anyone to Naples.

UEFA said: “This is due to the severe constraints on police resources and organisational issues associated with the ongoing events surrounding the national mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

“In addition, it was decided to postpone the Uefa Youth League match between the two teams from Tuesday, September 13 to Wednesday, September 14 at 14:00 Eastern Time. According to British summer time.

“The fans of the guests will not be allowed to play, and due to sporting fairness, the Rangers fans will not be allowed to the return matches in Naples.