Premier League resumes this weekend, 3 games postponed
Posted on September 13, 2022
The Premier League issued a statement saying that Premier League games will resume this weekend, and seven of the 10 Premier League games this weekend will continue, three of which have been postponed due to the Queen's funeral. Including Chelsea vs Liverpool, Manchester United vs Leeds and Brighton vs Crystal Palace.
Chelsea vs Liverpool and Manchester United vs Leeds United are postponed due to the Queen's funeral.
Brighton vs Crystal Palace match is confirmed to be postponed due to railway construction.
Premier League fixtures this weekend
Aston Villa vs Southampton
Nottingham Forest vs Fulham
Wolves vs Manchester City
Newcastle United vs Bournemouth AFC
Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City
Brentford vs Arsenal
Everton vs West Ham United
For the matches held during the national mourning period, the queen will be saluted on the court, and the schedule of the postponed matches will be announced in due course.
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