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We could still be in for an all-English final as Fulham and Liverpool are into the semi-finals – Outright betting here.

Fulham have confirmed their Europa League semi-final first leg with Hamburg in Germany on Thursday will go ahead as planned.

The game was in jeopardy because of the volcanic ash cloud which has covered Europe’s skies, causing Britain’s airports to remain for four days.

British airspace is expected to remain closed for the next few days meaning Fulham will travel to Germany by land.

A club statement read: “The club can confirm that its Europa League Semi-Final match v Hamburg will take place on Thursday 22 April, as planned.

“The team has a contingency plan for travel to enable them to arrive in Hamburg in time for their scheduled match preparations on Wednesday evening.

“At this stage the club still cannot confirm whether the planes scheduled to depart on Wednesday and Thursday to transport fans and media will be able to travel, and is in regular dialogue with the aviation authorities to enable it to inform all parties at the earliest opportunity when a decision is made.”

We could still be in for an all-English final as Fulham and Liverpool are into the semi-finals – Outright betting here.

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