THE Sky Bet League One play-off final is set to be moved if the Champions League final switches to Wembley, reports suggest.

Manchester City's clash with Chelsea on Saturday, May 29, may change from Istanbul to London after Turkey was placed on England's travel 'red' list.

As a result, fans travelling to the game would have to quarantine for ten days in a government-approved location when they return.

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It has increased the chance of the Champions League final being played at Wembley but this could force the English Football League (EFL) play-off finals, due to take place at Wembley across the Bank Holiday weekend, to be rescheduled.

The Times reports the EFL is prepared to rearrange the play-off finals, either to a different venue or a new date. 

The League One decider is scheduled for May 30, with Oxford United facing Blackpool in next week's semi-finals for a place at the national stadium.

Sunderland meet Lincoln City in the other last-four game.

The government is set to hold talks with UEFA and English football authorities today, with a decision on the Champions League final expected to be reached within the next 48 hours.