Kick-off time confirmed for Chelsea v Man Utd in the Premier League

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In an email to Manchester United fans already allocated tickets for the game, the club said: “The announcement follows consultation between United, the Premier League and Chelsea after the Metropolitan Police proposed a reduction in our away allocation due to policing concerns.

“The police initially sought to cut our allocation from 2,994 to 1,500. We have strongly opposed any reduction and worked with Chelsea to present a range of mitigations to the local Safety Advisory Group, which we believe could have allowed the game to proceed safely with our full allocation of fans.

“Unfortunately, the police have continued to insist on a reduction. However, we have succeeded in increasing the allocation to 2,370. 

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