The games are resuming after the suspension as a mark of honour for the late Queen Elizabeth II who passed away last Thursday at the age of 96.
Football lovers will enjoy a weekend of games after the English Premier league (EPL) organisers announced that games will resume this weekend.
Recall that the games were suspended as a mark of honour for the late Queen Elizabeth II who passed away last Thursday at the age of 96.
The English Football League announced on Monday that matches will resume this week including the three divisions below the Premier League.
The announcement came with new rules stating that in honour of late England’s Queen Elizabeth II, flags would be flown at half-mast and the national anthem would be played in stadiums during matches.
However, despite the return of the league games, some clubs won’t still be in action as three matches out of 10 were called off.
Here are the postponed games:
Brighton v Crystal Palace
Chelsea v Liverpool
Man Utd v Leeds
Below are the full fixtures that will be played this weekend
Friday 16 September
20:00 Aston Villa v Southampton
20:00 Nott’ham Forest v Fulham
Saturday 17 September
12:30 Wolves v Man City
15:00 Newcastle v AFC Bournemouth
17:30 Spurs v Leicester City
Sunday 18 September
12:00 Brentford v Arsenal
14:15 Everton v West Ham
Europa League: Arsenal vs PSV Postponed
This week’s Europa League tie between Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven has been postponed.
UEFA confirmed in a statement on Monday that the match is put on hold due to a shortage of police officers at the Emirate Stadium.
UEFA, however, announced today that Arsenal Vs PSV’s new match schedule would be communicated when due.