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Liverpool fans would be fine with not playing at Anfield for the rest of the season

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Some Liverpool fans have voiced their acceptance of reported proposals for the Premier League season which could mean no further matches being played at Anfield in 2019/20.

Matt Lawton reported in The Times that the Premier League has told its clubs that they might not be able to use their own stadia for the rest of the season if those venues cannot be approved in line with specific public safety and policing requirements relating to the coronavirus pandemic.

The report, which was shared by @LFCTransferRoom on Twitter, added that the Premier League is considering playing the 92 remaining fixtures behind closed doors at neutral venues to minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading, with the government keen on resuming the season in order to boost morale around the country. However, some clubs had expressed reservations that a switch to neutral venues would compromise the integrity of the competition. [via The Times]

Liverpool had been due to play four more games at Anfield in the 2019/20 Premier League before the season shut down last month and, as things stand, they need only two more wins to be crowned champions. However, these Reds fans on Twitter are fine with the prospect of Anfield not being able to host a potential title celebration:

Liverpool fans, would you be fine with any decision to complete the Premier League season on neutral territory or would it dilute the enjoyment from, as seem likely, winning the league? Comment below with your views!

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