Merseyside derby to take place at Goodison Park
The Merseyside derby will be held behind closed doors at Everton's Goodison Park when the Premier League season resumes.
There had been fears fans might try to congregate outside, with Liverpool having the chance to clinch the title against their rivals.
But a safety certificate has now been granted, meaning it won't be played at a neutral venue on June 21st.
In a statement - the Merseyside Police have urged supporters to stay at home on the day of the match due to fears over any further spread of Covid-19.
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