Tottenham v Fulham postponed hours before kick-off after Covid outbreak | Premier League


Tottenham’s match against Fulham has been postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak at the west London side.

Fulham are believed to have contacted the Premier League to request the postponement after a number of positive tests in their squad.

The Tottenham manager, José Mourinho, had expressed his frustration in a video posted on Instagram just after 2pm. “Match at 6pm … We still don’t know if we play. Best league in the world,” he wrote.

It is the third Premier League match to be postponed due to coronavirus after Everton’s game against Manchester City was called off on Monday less than four hours before 2,000 supporters were due to attend at Goodison Park.

Fulham’s head coach Scott Parker missed the club’s last match at home to Southampton after a member of his household tested positive. Parker went into self-isolation for 10 days having tested negative and returned to training on Monday.

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