Manchester City v West Ham WSL clash called off after positive Covid-19 tests | Women’s Super League

Manchester City have confirmed their Women’s Super League game against West Ham this weekend has been postponed due to positive coronavirus tests at the club. City were scheduled to play West Ham at home on Saturday but four players or staff members have tested positive and the game has been called off.

A club statement read: “Manchester City FC can confirm that Saturday’s Barclays FA Women’s Super League fixture against West Ham United has been postponed. The Football Association have decided to postpone the match following four positive Covid-19 cases and a number of other mitigating factors affecting the City squad. A new date for the game will be confirmed in due course.”

Manchester City’s men’s team, who use the same training facility as the women, have also had a number of positive tests, with Scott Carson and Cole Palmer the latest players to be ruled out due to the virus. Their game against Everton last month was postponed due to an outbreak at the club.

Arsenal’s WSL clash with against Aston Villa on Saturday is also in doubt after the club asked for the fixture to be postponed after a player tested positive for Covid-19 following a trip to Dubai. Furthermore, A number of the Arsenal squad are now self-isolating.

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