Liverpool vs Arsenal Premier League clash reportedly RESCHEDULED to 8pm kick-off due to COVID-19 pub curfew

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changed By Oliver Dawnay 23rd September 2020, 1:26 pm Arsenal’s trip to Liverpool next week will reportedly be changed to an 8pm kick-off due to the government’s new coronavirus restrictions. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced new measures to combat the rapidly increasing spread of COVID-19. Getty – Pool Liverpool’s clash against Arsenal has been changed to accommodate the government’s new curfew One of those was to impose a 10pm curfew in pubs, bars and restaurants. The Gunners travel to Anfield next Monday to take on the reigning Premier League champions in an evening kick-off which had been scheduled to start at 8.15pm. However, due to the new regulations the match is now expected to start at 8pm, the Daily Mail report. The move to change the kick-off has been made to ensure fans watching the match in pubs will be able to see the whole game before heading home at 10pm sharp. Goss Arsenal news: Partey and Aouar latest, star ‘agrees personal terms’ with LaLiga club goss Chelsea news: Rice wanted in midfield, Mendy in line for debut, Hudson-Odoi challenge Price boost Man City vs Leicester – odds and tips: Get City at 4/1 to win against the Foxes info How to watch every Premier League match on TV as league make big announcement exit imminent Rudiger heading for Chelsea exit as Lampard drops defender for Barnsley clash claims Remembering Bobby Duncan’s infamous Liverpool exit and agent’s scathing statement NEWS Alli stays at Spurs, West Ham owner on signings, Wolves land Semedo, Leeds deal SNUB Mourinho ‘convinced’ Alli will stay at Spurs despite PSG links, but issues challenge GOSSIP Liverpool news live: No deal for Sarr, Reds eye Koulibaly, ‘no problem’ with Thiago HOT SPURS Son, Bale and Kane move deeper – Tottenham XI with Skriniar and Milik? It is understood talks between the Premier League and Sky were held and the solution was swiftly agreed. Both Arsenal and Liverpool go into the game on the back of 100 per cent starts to the new Premier League season. The Gunners have seen off Fulham and West Ham with 3-0 and 2-1 wins respectively, while Jurgen Klopp’s side started with a 4-3 defeat of Leeds and followed it up with a 2-0 success at Chelsea last Sunday. Andros Townsend explains why Crystal Palace will continue to take the knee, despite the stance of his former coach Les Ferdinand at QPR,

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