LIVERPOOL will return to Budapest for the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie against Leipzig.
But the same regulations mean Leipzig could not return from the UK without entering into strict quarantine.
As a result, Uefa agreed that the match would have to be switched.
That means Liverpool will lose home advantage at Anfield.
Now it has been confirmed the second leg will also be played in the Puskas arena.
That makes it the first Champions League tie to see both matches played in the same stadium since AC Milan played Inter at the San Siro twice in the 2005 quarter-finals.
Klopp claimed his side defied many people’s expectations with their victory over Leipzig on February 16.
Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane struck in the space of a blistering five minutes shortly after half time.
That provided a much needed boost after the Reds had fallen to three straight Premier League defeats.
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But just days later they suffered a painful fourth-consecutive home defeat.
Everton claimed local bragging rights as they sealed a 2-0 win at Anfield before Liverpool returned to winning ways at Sheffield United on Sunday.
They face a crunch clash with top four rivals Chelsea tonight back on Merseyside.
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