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European honours 2014-15

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No handshake before Chelsea v QPR

The Premier League has announced there will be no pre-match handshake at Sunday's game between Chelsea and QPR due to the legal situation involving John Terry and Anton Ferdinand.

Ferdinand's lawyers had advised the defender not to shake Terry's hand - the first time the pair would have met in a Premier League match since the Chelsea captain was accused of racially abusing the QPR player in October.

After taking legal advice, the Premier League has now decided to suspend the handshake convention. "The Premier League position on the pre-match handshake convention remains consistent. In all normal circumstances it must be observed," a Premier League statement read.

"However, after discussions with both Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers about the potential and specific legal context in relation to John Terry and Anton Ferdinand the decision has been taken to suspend the handshake convention for Sunday's match."

Terry was charged with a racially-aggravated public order offence in December last year following the game. The former England captain has vowed to fight "tooth and nail" to clear his name in his trial, which takes place on July 9.

The Football Association cancelled the pre-match handshake when the two clubs met in the FA Cup in January, but the Premier League had initially insisted the handshake between the two sides should go ahead this weekend.

That had been their policy when Liverpool met Manchester United following Luis Suarez's ban for racially abusing Patrice Evra - when the Liverpool striker then caused a storm by snubbing the French defender.

The Premier League felt it had little option in relation to Sunday's game at Stamford Bridge after legal advice. Ferdinand's lawyers had advised their client that to shake Terry's hand may prejudice the trial of the Chelsea centre-back, while Terry's legal team suggested that it could also prejudice the trial if the QPR player refused to do so.

Ferdinand maintains he is in the right frame of mind to play despite the hostile atmosphere he and his team-mates will face in Sunday's game.

The Premier League insists the fair play ritual, which they introduced into the top flight in 2004, remains an important part of the game.