Everton have confirmed that their Ladies’s Tremendous League fixture with Chelsea on Sunday has been postponed attributable to accidents and Covid-19 hampering their squad.
The choice to postpone was agreed by each groups however neither facet has performed a match since mid December as coronavirus continues to have an effect on soccer video games in the UK.
Everton’s assertion reads: “Following FA approval, Everton Ladies’s match in opposition to Chelsea at Walton Corridor Park on Sunday 16 January has been postponed attributable to optimistic COVID-19 instances and accidents within the Everton squad.
“After final weekend’s Barclays FA Ladies’s Tremendous League conflict at Aston Villa was postponed attributable to COVID-19, a big variety of Everton gamers and workers are additionally unavailable on Sunday due to sickness and accidents.
“Consequently, the Membership was unable to pick out a matchday squad and, regrettably, had no choice however to request the postponement of this weekend’s match.
“Particulars of the rearranged fixture will likely be confirmed on Everton Membership channels sooner or later.”
It is the newest Tremendous League recreation to be known as off in current weeks. Three matches have been postponed firstly of January, together with Chelsea’s derby with West Ham and Manchester United’s journey to West Ham.
This postponement offers Arsenal the prospect to maneuver seven factors away from Chelsea on the prime of the league, although Tottenham may preserve the strain on their north London rivals ought to they beat West Ham.
Everton, in the meantime, may drop from ninth to tenth if Manchester Metropolis lose to Aston Villa.