Due to Covid-19 cases, Cardiff vs Scarlets was suspended

Bad news for Welsh rugby. Is that the meeting between Cardiff vs. Scarlets, which was to be played on Sunday, December 26, was suspended due to a Covid-19 outbreak in the Cardiff team.

This game, corresponding to the URC (United Rugby Championship), was the last to be suspended since previously the Ospreys had made the same decision in the previous match against Dragons due to positives in their squad.

Cardiff’s statement on the situation stated: “The derby was to take place at Cardiff Arms Park on December 26, however, several positive cases of Covid-19 have been found within the team. Cardiff has contacted the Group. Medical Advisor to URC and Public Health Wales and it has been deemed that the match cannot take place as scheduled. The United Rugby Championship will now consider available dates to reschedule the game. ”