Game postponed due to Covid-19 Outbreak

Sunday’s Premier League match at the Amex has been postponed after Tottenham suffered a breakout of Corona Virus.

Spurs were forced to close their first-team training centre on Wednesday due to a large number of positive Covid-19 cases amongst players and staff, and their Europa Conference League match against Rennes was called off on Thursday.

A Premier League Board meeting took place on Thursday after Tottenham asked for the match to be rearranged. The club have said they would update supporters with further information as soon as possible.

Brighton’s next game is at home on Wednesday the 15th, with Spurs due to go to Leicester on Thursday the 16th.

Tottenham have already had one game postponed this season after their away match at Burnley last month was called off due to snow.

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