However, we are all aware of covid19 that affected all the world activities especially the sport activities, which involves a large number of people moving from one country to another.
Due to this many countries have issued a banned entry on all arrivals from areas affected by covid19 mutations and this may affect some of the matches in European competition which will be played this month.
Liverpool will travel to Germany to face RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League on February 16, but Germany Government has banned entry on all arrivals from areas affected by covid19 mutations until at least February 17.
The ban came into effect on Saturday and it has been confirmed there will not be any special allowances for Liverpool. So the match could be played at Anfield or a neutral venue. .
More so, it was also revealed on Tuesday that UEFA could impose Arsenal's Europa League last-32 tie with Benfica to be played over one leg on neutral territory because of strict new UK coronavirus rules on arrivals from Portugal
UEFA Champions League round of 16 will take place on February 16, 17, 23 and 24 with the second leg scheduled for March 9, 10, 16 and 17.
While Europa League round of 32 will take place on Thursday 18 February (first leg), with the second legs on 25 February.
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