Premier League comeback 7 pairs ‘Sing-Hwan’, ‘Phee-Yung Thong’ postponed

The Premier League has announced the top league match of the good country. Preparing to return to kick-off this weekend as usual, but playing only seven games, Chelsea v Liverpool, Manchester United v Leeds and Brighton duel Palace are postponed.

England’s Premier League management has confirmed that they are preparing to return to football this weekend. Having had to postpone the schedule for every 7th match last weekend To express condolences for the death of her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom Thursday 8 September

However, the pair between Chelsea with Liverpool And Manchester United with Leeds United The competition had to be postponed due to the need for a large number of police officers to keep order during the royal funeral. the couple in between Brighton with Crystal Palace He announced the postponement of the previous run due to the train strike. Result in a total of 7 pairs of kicks left.

“After consulting the club, the police, local security consultants and various related agencies no other choice Besides having to postpone all three games,” reads a Premier League statement, “The Premier League would like to thank the UK Football Police and other police forces across the country, including our relay partners. for their support Matches played during this period A tribute to the Queen will be paid to the stadium in every Premier League match. “

Also, time to hit the couple in between Brentford with Arsenal To start on Sunday 18 September, there will be a change from 14:00 local time to 12:00 or 20:00 Thailand time. the couple in between Everton with West Ham United kicks off at 8:15 pm Thailand time

After this weekend’s match The national football league will be suspended for about two weeks to make way for the national team’s matches. which will return to kick again around the beginning of October Teams that have to postpone competition in both the league and the European Cup. The kick program will be notified again later.

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