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Covid in England: Premier League announces 36 new positive tests (2021)


The goalposts at Aston Villa's Villa Park being cleaned; Aston Villa's home fixture against Tottenham, scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed



The Premier League says 36 players and club staff have tested positive during the latest rounds of testing for Covid-19.

The league conducted 2,593 tests across two rounds over the past week.

Read more: Covid in England: Premier League announces 36 new positive tests (2021)

Spurs v Fulham moved to Wednesday after Aston Villa Covid-19 cases mean they cannot play (2021)

Tottenham v Fulham was originally due to take place on 30 December



Tottenham will play Fulham on Wednesday in a fixture reshuffle after Spurs' Premier League match at Aston Villa was postponed because of coronavirus cases in the Villa camp.

Fulham's scheduled home match against Chelsea on Friday will now take place on Saturday.

Read more: Spurs v Fulham moved to Wednesday after Aston Villa Covid-19 cases mean they cannot play (2021)

FA Cup draw: Manchester United to host Liverpool in fourth round (2021)



Manchester United to host Liverpool in fourth round


Premier League rivals Manchester United and Liverpool will meet at Old Trafford in the fourth round of the FA Cup later this month.

Non-league Chorley will host Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers after beating a depleted Derby County in the third round.

Read more: FA Cup draw: Manchester United to host Liverpool in fourth round (2021)

'Fenerbahce fan' Mesut Ozil says he does not 'regret' Arsenal move (2021)

Ozil was left out of Arsenal's 25-man Premier League and Europa League squads this season



Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil says "there have been many ups and downs" at the club but that he does not "regret" joining the Gunners.

The 32-year-old ex-Germany international has not played for Arsenal since 7 March.

Read more: 'Fenerbahce fan' Mesut Ozil says he does not 'regret' Arsenal move (2021)

Phil Neville: David Beckham's Inter Miami set to name England women's boss as manager (2021)

Phil Neville was set to step down as England manager in July



England women's manager Phil Neville is set to become the new boss of David Beckham's Inter Miami.

The 43-year-old became England boss in January 2018 and his contract was due to end in July.

Read more: Phil Neville: David Beckham's Inter Miami set to name England women's boss as manager (2021)


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