Betar Jerusalem will play Maccabi Haifa at Teddy Stadium next Tuesday after the Israel Football Association determined on Tuesday that the club from the capital bore no responsibility for the electric failure in the stadium which forced the cancellation of the game on Sunday. "Betar Jerusalem filled all its obligations and proved that it did what it could to prevent the malfunction," the IFA's league and cup committee explained. "There was no neglect or failure in Betar's conduct." There was some concern in Betar that the IFA might hand the team a technical loss if it determined that Jerusalem didn't follow all the regulations requiring that an adequate generator be kept on hand should the main electricity source fail. Betar coach Itzhak Schum was naturally pleased with the decision. "I expected this and it's good that this decision was made. I hope the crowd will enjoy the replayed match as much as it would have enjoyed the original one." Betar apologized on Monday and announced that all season ticket holders and any fans with the original ticket stub will be allowed to enter the rescheduled game. "This is the right decision," Haifa coach Roni Levy said. "We obviously respect any decision made by the IFA and we will do what we're told." Betar defender Arik Benado, who spent most of his career at Haifa, was also pleased with Tuesday's news. "This excellent decision was predictable. This is the best for everyone. Now we need to get the job done on the field," Benado said.