European fixtures you should watch after the EPL postponement

English Premier League table 2023-24: latest standings, fixtures & results for matchday 4 and match day 5 fixtures

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Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, all English football has been postponed this weekend.

Her Majesty passed away on Thursday following a reign that lasted over 70 years.

As a result, the Premier League and all EFL divisions have postponed this weekend’s fixtures, while the WSL have also postponed what was set to be the first round of the 2022/23 season.

The likes of La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga are all still going ahead.

Seven games remain this weekend, even though two of those will be in London.

Spurs vs. Leicester on Saturday and Brentford vs. Arsenal on Sunday are not in the high risk category and can be policed, unlike the three which have been postponed. .

The Premier League schedule this weekend is:

Aston Villa vs. Southampton
Nottingham Forest vs. Fulham

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester City
Newcastle United vs. AFC Bournemouth
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Leicester City

Brentford vs. Arsenal
Everton vs. West Ham United

Saturday 10 September

RB Leipzig vs Borussia Dortmund – 2:30 EAT

Inter vs Torino – 7:00 EAT

Sampdoria vs AC Milan – 9:45 EAT

Marseille vs Lille – 10:00 EAT

Sunday 11 September

Real Madrid vs Mallorca – 3:00 EAT

Juventus vs Salernitana – 9:45 EAT

Monaco vs Lyon – 9:45 EAT

The World Cup final takes place on December 18 and Premier League action will resume eight days later on Boxing Day, Monday, December 26. The final round of Premier League matches, to be played on May 28, 2023, will kick off simultaneously as is customary.

Jan. 10 – Carabao Cup QF
Jan. 17 – FA Cup R3 replays
Jan. 24 – Carabao Cup SF L1
Jan. 31 – Carabao Cup SF L2
Feb. 7 – FA Cup R4 replays
Feb. 14 – European competition knockouts
Feb. 21 – European competition knockouts
Feb. 28 – FA Cup R5
March 7 – European competition knockouts
March 14 – European competition knockouts
March 21 – International break
March 28 – International break
April 4 – vacant midweek
April 11 – European competition QF
April 18 – European competition QF
April 25 – Premier League fixtures
May 2 – vacant midweek
May 9 – European competition SF
May 16 – European competition SF
May 23 – vacant midweek

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