Corona injuries postpone Tottenham’s match with Brighton

Corona injuries postpone Tottenham’s match with Brighton
Corona injuries postpone Tottenham’s match with Brighton

The English Premier League followed in the footsteps of the European Union, and decided to postpone Sunday’s match between Tottenham and Brighton in the “Premier League” due to infections with the Corona virus in the first ranks.

And Tottenham were previously exempted from playing their match, which was scheduled for Thursday evening against French Rennes, in the last sixth round of the group stage competitions of the “Conference League” competition for an unspecified date due to the infection of eight players and five employees with the Corona virus in the ranks of the London club.

Italian coach Antonio Conte’s team asked the Premier League to postpone its match scheduled for Sunday against Brighton for the same reason, and he got what he wanted, according to what was reported on Thursday.

“We can confirm that our Premier League match against Brighton & Hove Albion, scheduled for Sunday 12 December at 2pm, has been postponed following a meeting of the Premier League’s board of directors this Thursday afternoon,” Tottenham said in a statement.

It is certain that the lack of eight players will affect the technical situation of the team not only for the matches Thursday and Sunday, but for the other two matches that they play in the domestic league against Leicester and Liverpool next Thursday and Sunday.

The London team returned to compete strongly for a qualifying seat in the Champions League next season, after it emerged victorious from its last three matches in the Premier League, raising its score to 25 points in fifth place, two points ahead of its neighbor West Ham, who finished fourth in qualifying for the mother continental competition.

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