The Premier League could also cancel the next Premier League round due to fears of riots and a huge influx of people into the capital for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
This weekend’s matches on the Island have been called off following the Queen’s death on Thursday, and the same could happen for the next round’s matches.
According to reports in the British press, the management of the Premiership fears potential riots in London due to the upcoming funeral of Elizabeth II on Monday, May 19.
Meanwhile, the teams cannot agree on where to play the games scheduled for London, leading to fears of another Premier League round being postponed.
The league has offered all London sides to play away in the next round, regardless of whether they were due to host, but Athletic say there is very little chance their opponents will agree to that schedule swap.
The matches outside the capital are expected to be held according to the schedule, notes webcafe.bg. Because of this, matches such as Tottenham – Leicester, Bournemouth – Arsenal and Chelsea – Liverpool are in question.