Lampard’s Chelsea ready for Man City visit despite COVID-19 concerns | Football News – Times of India

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard says their preparations for Sunday’s Premier League clash against Manchester City will go ahead as planned despite fresh COVID-19 cases at both clubs this week. City’s match against Everton was postponed on Monday after multiple positive cases for the novel coronavirus at the club. The first-team squad were able to resume … Read more

Manchester City kick off new year at Chelsea after COVID clearance | Football News – Times of India

LONDON: Manchester City kick off the New Year at Chelsea on Sunday, eager to move on from a recent COVID-19 outbreak and get back to putting pressure on Premier League leaders Liverpool. The match, cast into question when COVID-19 forced City to close facilities and postpone Monday’s game at Everton, is set to go ahead … Read more

Fulham’s Premier League game at Spurs called off over COVID-19 cases | Football News – Times of India

Fulham’s Premier League match at Tottenham Hotspur that was scheduled to kick off at 1800 GMT on Wednesday has been called off due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the West London club, Spurs said. “The Premier League informed us of the decision this afternoon, with Fulham having requested the postponement on the grounds of the … Read more

Everton want answers after Manchester City game postponed due to COVID | Football News – Times of India

Everton are seeking “full disclosure” regarding the COVID-19 outbreak at Manchester City which resulted in their Premier League game being postponed on Monday. Just hours before the game was due to kick off at Goodison Park, City said they had returned a number of positive tests in addition to the four on Dec. 25 that … Read more

Everton’s home game against Man City postponed due to COVID-19 cases | Football News – Times of India

Everton’s Premier League football match at home to Manchester City on Monday has been called off due to fresh COVID-19 cases reported at City, the clubs announced. City returned a number of new positive cases for COVID-19 after confirming four positives last week, which included striker Gabriel Jesus and defender Kyle Walker. Source link

Wolves players banned from supermarkets over Covid concerns | Football News – Times of India

LONDON: Premier League club Wolves have banned their players from shopping amid fears they could catch coronavirus with infections rising across England. Testing on players and staff in England’s top-flight is to double to twice a week in areas of the country under tier four restrictions. The latest round of testing in the Premier League … Read more