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Premier League, Championship, League One and Two fixtures have been postponed this weekend?

The OMICRON COVID variant is ripping the football schedule with matches being postponed at a brisk pace this weekend.

This week’s Brentford vs Man Utd, Burnley vs Watford and Leicester vs Tottenham matches have been postponed – and many features postponed this weekend.

Football League matches have been postponed this weekend

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Football League matches have been postponed this weekend

Which Premier League matches have been postponed?

Man Utd vs Brighton is one of the NO. 5 Premier League matches have been scrapped this weekend.

Southampton vs Brentford, Everton vs Leicester, West Ham vs Norwich and Watford vs Crystal Palace were also postponed due to Covid ripping up the match in England.

The Red Devils confirmed that on Saturday The lunchtime clash with the Seagulls has been postponed after a large number of positive cases in United’s camp.

The Red Devil only SEVEN players available after Tuesday’s game against Brentford were also dropped.

Saturday

  • Man Utd PP Brighton
  • Southampton PP Brentford
  • Watford PP Crystal Palace
  • West Ham PP Norwich

Sunday


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Which Football League matches have been postponed?

Championship

It’s not just the Premier League that has been hit hard, with three Championship matches postponed.

  • Millwall PP Preston
  • QPR PP Swansea
  • Read PP Luton

Prize one

  • Gillingham PP Crewe
  • Sheff Wed PP Accrington

Second prize

  • Crawley PP Oldham
  • Northampton PP Barrow
  • Gate of Vale PP Exeter
  • Swindon PP Walsall

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/17065489/premier-league-covid-postponements-championship-league-one-two-fixtures/ Premier League, Championship, League One and Two fixtures have been postponed this weekend?

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