The English League Cup final has been postponed from February to April in the hope that fans will be able to attend at Wembley. The English Football League said Monday the final had been postponed from February. 28. until 25. April.
A new, stricter fourth tier of coronavirus restrictions came into effect for London and the south-east of England on Sunday. Spectators are excluded from level three and four sporting events.
« The number of fans admitted will depend on state guidelines in force at the time, and it is hoped that moving the date to later in the year will provide the best opportunity for clubs and their fans to attend in person. » the EFL said in a statement. The quarter-finals will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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