The English Premier League sets new rules for postponing matches
The English Premier League sets new rules for postponing matches, starting from the next round
The English Premier League announced new rules for approving clubs’ request to postpone matches due to the outbreak of the Corona virus, starting next week, after the meeting held today, Wednesday, between clubs and the League.
And the English Premier League issued an official statement on its official page on the “Twitter” website, confirming that after today’s meeting, some rules for postponing matches due to the Corona virus were updated.
And the Premier League witnessed the postponement of many matches during the past two months due to Corona injuries, in light of the outbreak of the new mutant, Omicron.
The English Premier League stressed that if any club applies to postpone a match on the basis of insufficient players due to Corona, they must have at least 4 positive cases within the team.
This decision is scheduled to be implemented from next week’s matches, February 5, which will start with Burnley’s match against Watford.
Manchester City leads the English Premier League table with 57 points, followed by Liverpool in the summer with 48 points.
Manchester City has the most wins with 18 victories, followed by Liverpool with 17 victories and Chelsea with 13 victories.
Manchester City and Liverpool are the least defeated in the Premier League this season, with two defeats each.
The Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, is the top scorer in the English Premier League with 16 goals, surpassing Diogo Jota, the runner-up, with 10 goals.
Liverpool has the strongest attacking line in the English Premier League, with 58 goals from 22 games, 16 of which were signed by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah.
Man City has the best defense line in the Premier League, as it has conceded 14 goals, followed by Wolverhampton with 16 goals.
Alexander-Arnold is the most assisted Liverpool player with 10 assists, followed by Mohamed Salah with 9 assists.