Tottenham Hotspur could see another of their Premier league fixtures postponed due to Covid-19 outbreak accorditng to reports.
Antonio Conte’s men battle Patrick Vieira’s Crystal palace on Boxing day by 4pm. According to latest reports two of Crystal palace backroom staff have reportedly tested positive for Covid, aside some couple of players who had already tested positive for the Virus.
The Match between Burnley had already been postponed including others games.
This means that just five Premier League games may be played on Sunday, with the Covid-19 related issues is the basic cause of postponements.
Tottenham has played three games less than some other clubs in the EPL.
More players in the League has began to call for break to allow teams recover from the Covid-19 virus.
Some days ago Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson shared his thoughts about players welfare.
He said, “I don’t think people can appreciate how intense it is until you actually see it first hand. I am concerned that nobody really takes player welfare seriously.
“I think decisions get made – of course we want to play as footballers, we want to get out there and play – but I am worried about player welfare and I don’t think anybody does take that seriously enough, especially in this period, when Covid is here.
“At the minute I don’t feel the players get the respect they deserve in terms of having somebody being able to speak for them independently and having the power to say actually this isn’t right for player welfare”, he concluded.