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    Premier League clubs agree to postponement changes concerning COVID19

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    As per various sources, the clubs of the English Premier League have agreed on the alterations made in the matches concerning the COVID19 pandemic. This decision from all the clubs came to be permanent as four fresh positive cases took place within the tournament.

    Under the new rules, the PL clubs will need to show a minimum of four positive covid cases for submitting a request of postponement. Previously, the clubs needed only one covid case for the application of the postponement, however, at present, the rule has been raised to four, following the frustrations with several sides calling for games to get rescheduled.

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    Besides these issues, suspensions, injuries, as well as international duties are also taken into account in this regard with the AFCON in this mid-way of the tournament has contributed to the increased number of applications postponement.

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    The alterations which are coming following the complaints regarding several postponements in the present premier league campaign, with 22 matches have already been called off this season. Sources state that the changes made will be executed in action soon in the next fixture of the Premier League, which is scheduled to be the face-off between the 19th and 20th position holders in the points table, i.e., Watford and Burnley, respectively.

    The news of these postponements first came, following its announcement this week that the number of COVID19 positive cases in the English Premier League has fallen for the fourth consecutive week.

    The COVID19 pandemic was in control for some time, regulations that were maintained throughout the matches, were called off gradually. However with the sudden increase of the COVID cases again, necessary measures are to be taken, which will even be at work soon, and the situation will come under control.

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