The match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham was postponed due to the COVID outbreak affecting eight Spurs players.
This is Tottenham’s second game postponed after the one they had to face Rennes this Thursday in the Conference League.
Those of Antonio Conte have communicated this week the positives of eight players, as well as five workers of the club, which has led to the closure of the first team facilities in the sports city until further notice.
This Thursday, the Premier announced that this Sunday’s duel against Brighton has been postponed after Tottenham requested it due to the “significant number of infected players.”
The Premier League has followed the advice of medical experts to postpone the match, for the sake of the health of the players and workers.
The party does not yet have a new date.