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Rescheduled Tottenham vs. Liverpool game, but not for the reason you may expect

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A push for Tottenham Hotspur fans may have caused some panic attacks on Thursday.

An update sent to users of the club’s app announced that Spurs vs Liverpool has been ‘re-arranged’…

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If you’ve been hiding anywhere for the last week, the headlines have been dominated by the Reds’ highly controversial 2-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur, which led to an apology from the referee. PGMOL and the investigation of the case that led to the exclusion of the legitimate target of Luis Diaz.

In addition to the VAR goal, Liverpool also received two controversial red cards during their first defeat of the season.

Despite the FA rejecting an appeal against Curtis Jones’ first-half dismissal, the Premier League’s committee have now admitted Diogo Jota was wrongly sent off for two bookings.

Speaking after the Europa League win over Union Saint-Gilloise, Jurgen Klopp admitted he wanted the match to be replayed (although admitted it was unlikely), while Liverpool officially vowed to “explore the options available to them”. because of the clear need to move on and resolve”.

However, the reality of the announcement opening was much less dramatic.

Rather than the Premier League game bowing to Klopp’s wishes and repeating last weekend’s debacle, the news is actually about the upcoming Women’s Super League clash between the two teams.

Tottenham v Liverpool at Leyton Orient at Brisbane Road has been moved to 12.30pm BST on November 12 and has been picked up by BBC Two for live coverage. Liverpool Women started the new WSL season with an impressive 1-0 win away to Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday, with Miri Taylor scoring the only goal of the game.

The game set a new WSL attendance record with 54,115 fans watching the Reds win.

Next up for Matt Beard’s side is a home game against Aston Villa at Prenton Park on Sunday October 8.

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