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Wolves’ Boxing Day clash with Watford has joined Liverpool versus Leeds on the Premier League postponement list.

The Hornets trip to Molineux has become the second festive cancellation with Covid-19 continuing to wreak havoc on the Premier League.

The request to postpone was made by Watford following a rise in positive cases within their first team.

The Premier League have confirmed they do expect Claudio Ranieri’s side to fulfil their fixture with West Ham on December 28 with Wolves heading to Arsenal.

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