The Premier League is set to reschedule its Boxing Day fixtures which come up on the 26th of December after the 2022 World Cup, MySportDab reports.
The festive fixtures, set to be rescheduled, will be revealed in the coming days, with the Arsenal Vs West Ham game particularly in focus.
According to Sportsmail, the Arsenal Vs West Ham game is more likely to be rescheduled to 8 pm on Boxing Day.
It is believed that the closeness between the two clubs in London must have affected the decision to reschedule the match.
Meanwhile, the decision to reschedule the match to a late kickoff in the night has not sat well with fans, who describe the anticipated change of time as awful.
Reports have confirmed that the alteration of the schedule, including other fixtures that will be affected, has been discussed, with the Premier set officially announce the changes soon when it is finally confirmed.
The decision to reschedule the fixtures has reportedly been influenced by the anticipated travel chaos expected across England in the buildup to the festive period.
Meanwhile, Football Supporters Association in England have hit out on the delay in announcing the rescheduled games.
A statement credited to the association has blasted the Premier League for the delay in the announcement of the new development.
They argue that drastic and sudden changes can be a source of convenience to the fans, hence the call for an early announcement of planned changes.
The Premier League is yet to officially confirm the effected changes, and the fans are equally keen on getting the appropriate information at the right time.