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PremierLeague-News.Com - Aston Villa's game against Everton this weekend has been postponed.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Aston Villa have been forced to postpone another Premier League fixture amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak at the club with their game against Everton being cancelled. Villa were forced to close their training ground last week after a significant number of players and staff tested positive for coronavirus. Related articles Liverpool transfer news: Arsenal outcast Sokratis offered to Reds There were initially concerns that they'd have to postpone the FA Cup third round tie against Liverpool, although the club instead fielded a team filled with academy players.They were originally scheduled to return to action in the Premier League on Wednesday to face Tottenham.But that game was postponed with Villa unable to field a team for the match - Spurs ended up facing Fulham in a rescheduled match instead.And Villa have confirmed that they're scheduled fixture against Everton will also not go ahead as planned. Aston Villa will not play against Everton this weekend (Image: GETTY)"Aston Villa can confirm that Sunday’s scheduled Premier League fixture with Everton has been postponed," the statement read.
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."We expect that members of the first team squad and staff who are healthy and safe to return to training will do so on Sunday when the isolation protocols will have been observed."The Club continues to wish all those affected by the virus a speedy recovery. Trending Aston Villa will now face Newcastle on January 23 (Image: GETTY) READ MORE Liverpool have 'genuine interest' in Ben White to transfer system "Our Premier League fixture with Newcastle United, which was postponed as a result of a similar outbreak at their training ground, will now take place on Saturday, January 23 at 8pm."Villa were originally set to play against Newcastle on December 4, but their game on January 23 means they face four matches in the space of eight days to finish the month.Dean Smith's side are already far behind on games played than any other team in the Premier League.Games against Everton and Tottenham still have to be fit into the schedule at some point in the near future.
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