22:57 GMT23 November 2020
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    Earlier, UEFA decided to deprive Manchester City of the right to participate in the next two seasons of the Champions League and fined them €30 million for violating financial fair play rules.

    According to the Manchester City official webpage, the game with Liverpool will be played a day later, on Sunday 5 April, instead of the 4th April.

    The new date is subject to change should either side be involved in the Champions League quarter-finals.

    Another change concerns City’s journey to face Brighton, the match remains on 25 April but will now start at 5:30 pm instead of 3 pm and will be screened live on Sky Sports.

    The changes are also subject to change if City reaches the Champions League semi-finals.

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