Carabao Cup: When postponed Arsenal v Liverpool match will take place

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The EFL have announced the postponement of Arsenal v Liverpool semi-final clash.

The Carabao Cup semi-final game between Arsenal and Liverpool has been postponed because of a severe outbreak of Covid cases in the Liverpool team.

Liverpool, who were already without head coach Jurgen Klopp who is isolating after testing positive for Covid-1,9 announced on Wednesday that they had to closed their training ground to reduce the risk of further cases.

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There are growing reports that assistant manager Pep Lijnders is also isolating, and key players Van Dijk and Fabinho, as well as goalkeeper Alisson Becker, have contracted Covid-19.

Liverpool were due to travel to north London tomorrow night to take on Arsenal in the first leg of the Carabao Cup semi final..

When will the games take place

The EFL has announced that the second leg, which was supposed to take place at Anfield on the January 13, will now become the first leg.

The second leg will take place on January. Both games will be played at 7.45pm.

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Arsenal fan reaction

Some Arsenal fans have taken to Twitter to react to the news, with some questioning the integrity of the games if they have to be called off which suits a particular club.

While Liverpool fans are excited that some of their key players should recover for the tie.

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