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Champions League & Europa League: Tournaments to be completed in 'final eight' format

Benfica's Estadio da Luz will host the Champions League final




This season's Champions League and Europa League competitions will be completed in August with 'final eight' tournaments in Lisbon, Portugal and in cities across Germany.

The Women's Champions League will also be a knockout tournament, in northern Spain between 21 to 30 August.

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Luiz sent off as Man City beat Arsenal

Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring Manchester City's first goal on the Premier League return



Arsenal's David Luiz was sent off in a performance riddled with mistakes as Manchester City secured a comfortable victory behind closed doors on the first night of the Premier League's return.

Luiz, who came on as a first-half substitute, failed to clear the ball just before half-time and Raheem Sterling fired in City's opener.

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Premier League returns with controversy as Villa and Sheff Utd draw

 
Aston Villa keeper Orjan Nyland appeared to be holding the ball behind the goalline




The Premier League made its return after a 100-day absence as Aston Villa and Sheffield United played out a goalless draw in a match memorable for powerful statements before kick-off - and a major technology controversy.

As the action resumed behind closed doors at a largely deserted Villa Park, the players of both sides and officials took a knee for 10 seconds immediately before kick-off in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Tottenham to show live video fan wall during Man Utd game

Screens with fans are shown during the Danish Superliga game between AGF Aarhus and Randers FC



Tottenham will give some of their supporters the chance to be part of a live video fan wall during Friday's home game against Manchester United.

The Premier League resumes this week, with all matches behind closed doors because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Premier League return: Fans on screens and celebration cameras to be used

AGF Aarhus installed a 'virtual grandstand' for their fans when the Danish Superliga returned in May



Fans on big screens and specific cameras to celebrate towards are some of the "broadcast enhancements" that will be used when the Premier League season restarts this week.

A number of innovations, including tunnel cameras and audio from the coin toss, have been developed.

Read more: Premier League return: Fans on screens and celebration cameras to be used


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