The Metropolitan Police is planning a reinforced police operation with four games taking place in London on Sunday.

Fans of Aston Villa, Wolves, Manchester United and Liverpool will be traveling to the capital, meaning that police bosses must make special reservations.

The Daily Mail has confirmed that additional officers will be on all trains and serving London Euston station.



Fans after the match between Birmingham City and Aston Villa in St Andrews.

As European football starts again this week, some clubs still have to play on Sunday. Manchester United will face West Ham at the London Stadium, while the Wolves will be playing simultaneously at the Crystal Palace.

In the later game round, Villa will play against Arsenal in the Emirates, while Liverpool aim at Stamford Bridge another league victory against Chelsea.

The British traffic police have announced that Euston and stations across the Lonodn subway network will have a stronger and more visible presence.

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<p>The assembled police have confirmed that they have carried out an appropriate police response to deal with them.</p>
<p>Cheif Inspector Stuart Middlemas, the commander of the traffic police on Sunday, said: "Our starting point is that the vast majority of supporters are here for a good day, and we look forward to helping them with it.</p>
<p>"Nevertheless, we have seen problems with a small minority. Last month, we made nine arrests on the subway in Great Portland Street when there were fights between Liverpool and Manchester City fans, and one week after making four arrests in Euston after another incident.</p>
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"There will be a visible police presence at West Coast stations and in Euston.

"The number has been increased and this is an improved operation, but let me emphasize – the point of departure is to try and support the vast majority who want to enjoy the day."

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