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Matches suspended! – Premier League

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Leeds-Aston Villa and Arsenal-Wolves have been suspended for coronavirus cases. The Premier League continues to postpone matches and the question remains as to where they will fit in the future.

The third wave of coronavirus stalks the UK and football is not exempt. The Premier League decided to give rise to the claim of the teams and first suspended Leeds ‘s match against Aston Villa.

Marcelo Bielsa’s team has coronavirus cases and has 10 injured players. What prevents you from presenting professional equipment. Leeds did not play on Boxing Day against Liverpool for the same reason and it was speculated at this time that it was the only team that did not fail being injured.

From the Premier League they gave rise to their request to postpone their meeting again for the 20th match against Aston Villa, a team that also presented problems in the preparation. His coach, Steven Gerrard, tested positive and could not be on the bench coaching Chelsea.

https://twitter.com/LUFC/status/1475097401157369866?s=20

The suspension of matchday 20 continues: Arsenal-Wolverhampton will not be played. The visiting team coach, Bruno Lage, was upset at not being able to present the team between injuries and coronavirus cases and the organization took note.

Wolverhampton has among those infected three of its holders: Hwang Hee-Chan, Rayan Ait-Nouri and Willy Boly.

Premier League decided to suspend Wolves’ visit to London. The visiting team did not play on Boxing Day either, but not because of their cases, but because Watford -rival of day 19- presented the order.

https://twitter.com/brfootball/status/1475191394423779344?s=20

The speculations continue: from some sectors they comment that the clubs abuse the orders and try to take advantage when they have injured teams. In total, 15 games have been suspended.

Brighton – Tottenham Sunday December 12
Brentford – Manchester United Tuesday December 14
Burnley – Watford Wednesday December 15
Leicester – Tottenham Thursday December 16
Manchester United – Brighton Saturday December 18
Southampton – Brentford Saturday December 18
Watford – Crystal Palace Saturday December 18
West Ham – Norwich Saturday December 18
Aston Villa – Burnley Saturday December 18
Everton – Leicester Sunday December 19
Liverpool – Leeds Sunday December 26
Wolverhampton – Watford Sunday December 26
Burnley – Everton Sunday December 26
Leeds – Aston Villa Tuesday December 28
Arsenal – Wolverhampton Tuesday December 28

Rules for suspending a Premier League match

Premier League presented a guide to determine whether a match should be suspended or not. The English football organization reviews, point by point, these reasons.

1. If the club cannot present a minimum of 13 outfield players and a goalkeeper. Regardless of whether it is from the final roster or under-21 players who meet the experience requirements.

2. Status of the coronavirus outbreak within the club. People affected between players and staff, source of infection and their proximity to the match to be suspended.

3. Capacity for physical and football preparation prior to the match in question.

4. Players with health and safety risk for professionals and club staff.

5. Advice from the UK Health Security Agency.

6. Exceptional circumstances.

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