Chelsea women’s derby against Tottenham postponed due to coronavirus revolution

Sunday’s WSL match between Chelsea and Spurs was postponed after several advanced Covid-19 tests in Emma Hayes ’side squad after the final test round.

Those affected will be affected on their own and both sides will begin to hibernate, returning to action in the New Year.

It seems to mean that US international Alex Morgan has played his last game for Spurs, as his short-term contract was expected to expire at the end of December.

The news comes a day after West Ham United suspended their U18s, U23s and Women’s games this week after a ‘small number’ of people at the club returned positive tests.

Women’s football in England has at times struggled with Covid-19. Their Chelsea game against Aston Villa has already been rescheduled to be played in the New Year.

Five Bristol City players had to find themselves alone the night before their game against Manchester City in November, although the game continued due to players not returning positive tests.

This week, London went into stage three restrictions due to higher levels of the virus while the Prime Minister plans to hold a press conference at 4pm on Saturday amid fears about a new strain of the virus.

On Tuesday, the FA released the results from week 23 of their Covid-19 test over the top two leagues of English women’s football.

“The FA can confirm today, between 7 December 2020 and 13 December 2020 inclusive, that 854 tests were performed for COVID-19 across the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and FA Women’s Championship,” the FA said. recitation. “Of these, four have returned positively.”