Bundesliga return in May, M.U may not attend the Champions League

Fans have a chance to see the top matches in the German league Bundesliga return after about 2 weeks.

Bundesliga is expected to return on May 9

Daily Mail reported that the Bundesliga return is expected to return on May 9. This decision was adopted by 36 teams that are playing in the top two German leagues.

After the meeting on April 23, the European Football Federation (UEFA) encouraged the national tournaments to complete the 2019/20 season and suggested the classification plan in the event of force majeure must be canceled.

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The Daily Mail reported that the German national championship (Bundesliga) could become the first major tournament in Europe to resume in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, after 36 teams competed in the top two divisions. Italy restarted the season on 9.5.

Bundesliga matches will be played on the field without an audience of up to 322 people on duty. This number with 270 Bundesliga 2. However, every final decision will still depend on the actual situation of the disease. Earlier, the German government had allowed teams to train to prepare for the rest of the season.

The German Football Federation (DFL) has estimated that 25,000 sets of the SARS-CoV-2 virus test kit for about £ 90 each will be needed to test each player for at least a week. Those responsible for organizing the tournament will also have to follow strict medical regulations to ensure safety. The total cost of organizing the Bundesliga can be up to 2.2 million Euro.

Bundesliga return in May, M.U may not attend the Champions League
Signal Iduna Park will be absent from the audience.

Choose a place for the European Cup next season

Also on 23.4, UEFA has decided on how to choose a place for the European Cup next season. Accordingly, if the top national championships are unable to complete the current season, the qualification for the next European Cup will be based on “sporting performance”.

This criterion is interpreted as the number of points the team earns after each match. For example, in the Premier League, if the 2019/20 season stops here, Liverpool, Man City, Leicester and Chelsea will attend the Champions League and Man United and Sheffield United will attend the Europa League next season.

Currently, although Sheffield United is below Wolves in the rankings, they play less than 1 match. If the average number of points earned per match, the army of coach Chris Wilder is the more appreciated team, climbed to 6th place and has the capacity to attend the Europa League next season.

In addition, Bournemouth, Norwich and Aston Villa still occupy relegation positions by this method. Meanwhile, in Serie A, some of the top teams have played fewer matches than others, but the positions will stay the same if the calculation of a match is applied.

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The race to the Bundesliga title this season is exciting. Bayern Munich is leading with 55 points but can be overthrown at any time when Dortmund (51 points) and RB Leipzig (50 points) are in good shape. Borrusia Monchengladbach (49 points) also promises to make a surprise.

Bundesliga return in May, M.U may not attend the Champions League
Bundesliga standings.
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