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Due to Covid-19, the match between Tottenham and Fulham has been postponed

The match between Tottenham and Fulham in round 16 of the Premier League was postponed after a majority of players and visitors’ staff were hopeful for Covid-19.

The decision to postpone the match was taken by the organisers of the Premier League shortly before the kick-off period after getting information from the Fulham club that more players were positive for Covid-19. 

Postponement Note Man City – Everton was played at Goodison Stadium

The Premier League leadership has consulted with medical advisors and decided to postpone the game as a precaution and also to protect the health of the players and staff,” the statement added by organizers of the Premier League.

Tottenham and Fulham are the third match to be postponed to Covid-19 after two games and Newcastle-Aston Villa Everton – Manchester City. And with more and more individuals, as well as players afflicted with Covid-19, teams are calling on the Premier League organizers to postpone the competition for a few weeks to ensure the health of players and admirers. 

Although no decisions have yet been taken on the part of the people who are organizing the English football tournament.

A revised timeline will be released later. Man City officials are reportedly being quarantined, although their training ground has been temporarily closed. Apart from this match, Chelsea’s field trip this weekend could also be affected. 

As for Everton, after agreeing to this decision, they requested Man City to share all the details it had submitted to the Premier League to explain the explanation why the postponement was so urgent.In the last two days, English football has seen the postponement of a number of tournaments.

Rochdale’s club announced two postponements in the Second Division, while Doncaster postponed three games. A few matches have had to be postponed by the Morecambe Club in the Third Division.

European sports eventually took the public back to the field

While the acute pneumonia outbreak COVID-19 has just exploded in Europe following a time of lull, European sports leagues are steadily taking the crowd back to the field as an effort to enjoy a regular life while the epidemic was already raging.

It won’t come as a surprise to many people when they turn on TV to watch the new season matches of the German national championship-the Bundesliga began last week. 

Owing to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bundesliga season began on 18 September this year and is scheduled to finish on 22 May 2021, much later than the previous timetable. A total of 18 teams are playing, this is a thrilling competition with a wide audience in Europe, capable of being seen as the Premier League. 

The surprise of this new season is that the crowd has been invited to get right on the pitch from the outset.

It can be seen that Germany and the Bundesliga have been one step ahead in Europe in re-opening the stadiums for the public to reach the first round of the season, although the other football leagues are only mixed. It’s reluctant. 

It is also Germany who is the visionary that made it possible for football to return as early as last season, at a time when the global pandemic is complicated. All thanks to good disease control in the region, along with a health system that ranks first in Europe. 

Of course, this opening must also fulfill certain criteria for the prevention of epidemics 

As a rule, only home spectators are permitted to be present in the stands of the 18 Bundesliga football fields this season, and they are only allowed to use their seats and maintain social distances in compliance with the regulations.Fans present in the field must also have personal information when buying tickets to help health authorities take control action in the event that any new cases of COVID-19 occur.

The 5 most impressive international matches at EURO 2020 qualifiers in November

Germany vs Belarus (Group C, EURO 2020 qualifiers)

The 2014 World Champion will have a crucial match in Group C qualifying for EURO 2020 with Belarus coming in. Coach Joachim Low is second behind the Netherlands thanks to his head-to-head record of the same 15 points. Welcoming Belarus at home would be a better opportunity to help the tanks secure the first place. 

Die Mannschaft outperformed its adversary in terms of performance, human capital and performance before the conference on 17 November (in Vietnam time). 

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Belarus won just 1 win in the last 5 tournaments 

Albania vs France (Group H, Euro 2020 qualifiers)

Euro 2016 is second in Group H after Turkey with 19 points. Didier Deschamps’ army was able to take all 3 points with Albania in the final series to No. 1 in the final. 

Albania also has a slim chance of continuing to the other side of the fence. Currently, Edoardo Reja’s teachers and students have 12 points behind Turkey, France and Iceland. The next two positive findings will allow Albania to build a chaos in Group H.

England vs Montenegro (Group A, Euro 2020 qualifiers)

England has a great advantage for the ticket to continue in Group A because it is 3 points clear of its immediate competitor Czech Republic. As a result, a subsequent victory allowed Gareth Southgate’s army to strongly consolidate its No. 1 spot.

Argentina vs Uruguay (Friendly International)

The match between two South American football giants gained media attention with the return of superstar Lionel Messi. The 32-year-old striker was absent from “La Albicelestes” for three months on charges against the South American Football Federation after losing to Brazil in the 2019 Copa America semi-finals.

Brazil vs Argentina (Friendly international)

South American super classics have been the most exciting match in this November international series. While just polite, the encounter between Brazil and Argentina did not lose its intrinsic attraction.