Police want Liverpool title decider in neutral stadium

MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Liverpool is unlikely to win the Premier League at Anfield after police included the leader’s key games among six it wants to be played at neutral venues in a bid to prevent fans from gathering outside when the competition resumes. Police had originally wanted neutral venues for all 92 remaining games but the plan was opposed by the clubs. The league plans to resume on June 17 after a 100-day shutdown. Police want the derby between Everton and Liverpool to be played away from Merseyside a few days after the restart.