The_Brecht wrote:It's simple. It's nearly impossible to have that many false positives.
It should be investigated.
Liverpool underwent at least two rounds of testing prior to the postponement. The first round, involving the use of lateral flow device (LFD) tests, highlighted a number of positive cases. The second round, involving the use of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests carried out by an independent laboratory, also highlighted a number of positive cases. It wasn't until the third round where the false positives appeared.
Regardless, I again ask what benefit Liverpool receives from delaying the match. In fact, in doing so the club has lost the advantage of having the second leg at home.