The English Premier League has now announced to suspend some key matches this weekend, MySportDab reports.
Last week, the EPL first postponed some matches as a sign of respect since the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Fans are not happy about the decision but there is nothing to change it.
Only three matches are postponed from the 10 scheduled to be played this weekend in the Premier League.
On Sunday, Chelsea’s match against Liverpool and Manchester United’s game against Leeds have both been postponed.
Brighton’s match against Crystal Palace has also been postponed until further notice.
Also, kick-off times for two Premier League matches this weekend have been adjusted.
In a new statement a few minutes ago, the Premier League confirmed the fixtures that will be played this weekend.
The #PL will resume this weekend after a pause to the season as a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Seven of the 10 Matchweek 8 fixtures will be played, with three postponed due to events surrounding The Queen’s funeral.
— Premier League (@premierleague) September 12, 2022
16 September 8pm Kick-off
Aston Villa Vs Southampton
Nottingham Forest vs Fulham
Wolves Vs Manchester City (12:30pm)
Newcastle Vs AFC Bournemouth 3pm
Tottenham Vs Leicester City (5:30pm)
Brentford Vs Arsenal (12pm)
Everton Vs West Ham (2:15pm)
Arsenal’s Europa League match this week has also been postponed due to the funeral preparations in the UK.
More details to follow…