Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City has been given a big blow ahead of their Premier League matches after the international break. This is after FIFA's received a proposal that the Brazilian stars who are currently in the international break will not take part in the Premier League match next weekend before 5 days finish.
Manchester city's goalkeeper ederson,Liverpool goalkeeper alisson Becker and Chelsea Defender Thiago silva are the stars who have been affected by this rule. This means that they will not be available for the Premier League match this weekend according to the FIFA rules that has been proposed by the Brazilian football association.
However should the club break these rules they will be forced to a 3-0 walk over to their opponents in their upcoming matches. Aston Villa are set to play Chelsea Liverpool are set to play Leeds United will Manchester City play Leicester. If these three premier league Giants contravene this law, a walk over will be given to the other three premier league teams. This is because they will have broken the article 226 of the FIFA constitution.
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