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LONDON (AFP) – Chelsea and Liverpool were due to play in the English Premier League on Saturday after the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II on September 19. Two matches have been postponed, one against Liverpool FC and the other between Manchester United and Leeds United. Because the security system will be insufficient due to the funeral.
It has also been announced that the match between Brighton & Hove Albion FC and Crystal Palace, which was due to take place on the 17th, will be postponed. The match was initially postponed due to a planned railway strike, which was later called off and later rescheduled.
All matches in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales were postponed last weekend to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. There are seven Premier League games this weekend.
Additionally, the Queen’s coffin will be open to the public from 14-19, and as full-scale security will be required in London this week, Arsenal (UEFA Europa League 2022-23) scheduled for 15 Arsenal vs PSV Eindhoven has also been postponed. (c) ATP
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