Premier League sets four new matches for postponement of Covid-19

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The Premier League has announced four new match dates for games that have been postpone due to COVID-19.

The Daily Mail reports that the Premier League has reveal the date of four new matches: Leicester – Tottenham Hotspur. Brentford – Manchester United, Brighton – Che.

Chelsea and Burnley – Watford Four games at King Power Stadium, Brentford Community Stadium, Amex Stadium. And Turf Moor have been reschedule between January 18-19 Games between Burnley – Watford will be play at 7:30 PM on Tuesday 18 January. Brighton – Chelsea at 8:00 PM on Tuesday 18 January, Leicester – Spurs time. 7:30 p.m.

Wednesday 19 January and Brentford – Manchester United at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 19 January. Meanwhile, Arsenal’s game against Burnley will be move from Saturday 22 January to Sunday 23 January. As a result of the Carabao Cup match. The Gunners’ semi-final v Liverpool has been postpone to Thursday, January 20.

The Premier League confirmed that as of October, 69 per cent of players had been fully vaccinate, with 81 per cent having received their first dose.

But concerns remain with those who choose to stay unvaccinated, while booster jabs continue to be implemented in the country for those eligible.

For fans attending matches in England. They will have to produce proof of double vaccination or a negative test to go to events with crowds that exceed 10,000 people.