Covid-19 cases paralyse PSL programme

09 Dec, 2021 - 11:12 0 Views
Covid-19 cases paralyse PSL programme


Sports Reporter

The Premier Soccer League spokesperson, Kudzai Bare, says the postponement of Match Day 3 games was due to Covid-19 cases.

On Tuesday, Harare City confirmed that they had recorded five cases, but reports said many players and officials throughout the league had been affected.

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several players and officials from different clubs have also tested positive.

“The postponement is due to Covid-19 related issues,” she said.

The matches were scheduled for yesterday, Saturday and Sunday.

But after the complications, the league has announced rearranged fixtures, with those clubs, who have not been affected, now set to be involved.

According to PSL Covid-19 regulations, a fixture should be postponed if the involved club records at least seven positive cases.

Saturday December 11
Ngezi Platinum Stars vs Herentals (Baobab Stadium)
Chicken Inn vs Tenax (Luveve Stadium)

Sunday December 12
Bulawayo Chiefs vs FC Platinum (Luveve Stadium).
Harare City vs Yadah (NSS)

Postponed Matches
ZPC Kariba vs Triangle United (Nyamhunga Stadium)
Black Rhinos vs CAPS United (NSS)
WhaWha vs Bulawayo City (Ascot Stadium)
Manica Diamonds vs Highlanders (Sakubva Stadium)
Dynamos vs Cranborne Bullets (NSS)

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