• Champions League match delayed 24 hours; away fans banned
  • Arsenal due to play Thursday as Queen’s death stretches police

Rangers’ match against Napoli in the Champions League has been moved back by 24 hours, to Wednesday night, after the Queen’s death resulted in “severe limitations on police resources and organisational issues”.

Uefa’s announcement came as Arsenal awaited clarification as to whether their Europa League game at home to PSV on Thursday night can go ahead. There had been confidence last Friday that the match would be played, after the Metropolitan police indicated they would be comfortable with it, but on Sunday the matter was still being discussed by the club with the relevant authorities.

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