Premier League clubs based in London and Liverpool will be able to welcome back fans into the stadiums after the UK government announced the different tiers that different areas have been placed under.
Sky Sports report that Fans of Newcastle, Leeds, Sheffield United, West Brom and Wolves too will have to wait longer before they can cheer their teams from the stadium.
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Greater Manchester is currently deemed as a 'Very High Risk' area (Tier 3) and remains the only tier which would not allow fans to watch games in the stadiums, when new regulations are handed out on December 2.
Liverpool and Everton are among clubs who will be allowed to bring back 2000 fans into their stadiums as long as they continue to follow all COVID-19 safety measures.
That means we will be able to see supporters inside Anfield for the first time since March when Liverpool face Wolves at home in the Premier League on December 5.
London has been placed in Tier 2 which is deemed as a 'High Risk' area. That means that up to 2000 Arsenal fans will be able to attend the Europa League game with Rapid Vienna at the Emirates on December 3.