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All English and Scottish football matches this weekend have been postponed following the Queen’s death on Thursday.

The Premier LeagueAnd the championshipAnd the Premier League And the second league It’s all postponed, and so is the start of the new Women’s Super League season and everything non-cyclical And the the roots combinations.

As announced by the Scottish Football Association SPFLAnd the supply And the Highlands and Plains Championships Agreed to postpone professional football matches.

The British Boxing Control Council has also postponed Saturday’s fight between them Clarissa Shields and Savannah Marshall The Undisputed World Middleweight Championship. The fight will now start provisionally on October 15th.

The postponements come after the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, with the country now in a state of national mourning.

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Sky Sports looks at Queen Elizabeth II’s passion for the sport, most notably horse racing.

What sports are still going on this weekend?

After Friday’s cricket matches were called off as a mark of respect for her death announcement, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed the resumption of play from Saturday including international, domestic and leisure matches.

This means that men’s test match between England and South Africa In The Oval is a three-day test, and IT20 Women’s match between England and India It will also proceed to Riverside in Durham.

The Queen was honored on the third day of the third audition at The Oval where there was a minute’s silence before the match followed by the national anthems, with God Save The King and then a round of continuous applause from the audience. Players and coaches from both sides and match officials will also wear black armbands during the test.

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The Oval honors Queen Elizabeth II with a minute’s silence before the Test match against South Africa

golf BMW PGA Championship They resumed Saturday morning after the immediate suspension of play on Thursday evening and the complete cancellation of all-day play on Friday. The event will now be contested on 54 holes with the intention of finishing on Sunday as scheduled.

Play resumed at 6.40am on Saturday with a two-minute period of silence at 9.50am as DP World Tour CEO Keith Bailey joined the staff, players and sacks in green in front of the first tee at Wentworth.

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Players at the BMW BGA Championship held a two-minute tribute to Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday

Premiership Rugby Confirmed matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday. Instead, Friday’s scheduled game between the Bristol Bears and Bath Rugby will take place on Saturday at 5.30pm, while the other Friday game between the Sal Sharks and Northampton Saints has been changed to 3pm on Sunday.

Saturday Premier League The match will be played between Huddersfield and Salford after it was confirmed that Friday’s match between Catalonia and Leeds will take place as planned.

The British Horseracing Authority He confirmed the cancellation of all British horse racing on Friday and Saturday. An additional day of racing will be scheduled in Doncaster on Sunday to ensure that the Cazoo St Leger and other important races lost as a result of the cancellation can take place.

Football halted in honor of the Queen’s ‘amazing legacy’

In a statement, the Premier League He said: “At a meeting this morning, Premier League clubs paid tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

“In honor of her extraordinary life and contribution to the nation, and as a sign of respect, this weekend’s Premier League game round, including Monday night’s game, will be postponed.”

Richard Masters, chief executive of the Premier League, said: “We and our clubs would like to pay tribute to Her Majesty’s long and consistent service to our country.

“As our longest-serving Kings, she has been an inspiration and left behind an incredible legacy after a lifetime of dedication.

“This is a very sad time not only for the nation but also for the millions of people around the world who admired her, and we unite with all those in mourning her passing.”

“More updates regarding Premier League matches during the mourning period will be provided in due course.”

In their statement, the EFL He said: “Following discussions on Friday morning, it has been decided to postpone all English Premier League matches from 9-10 September as a sign of respect for the national sport for the death of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.

“This is in line with the approach that the Premier League and the Football Association will take in their competitions this weekend. More information, regarding how football, clubs and their supporters will celebrate Her Majesty’s reign, will be confirmed in due course.

“Details regarding the re-arranged games will be announced in due course.”

How will the Queen’s funeral affect the sport?

Elite football matches are not scheduled for Monday 19 September, as Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey.

The government’s advice to sporting bodies states that “as a sign of respect, organizations may wish to consider canceling or postponing events or closing venues on the day of the state funeral.”

However, there is currently no requirement for sporting events to be canceled the weekend prior to the funeral (September 17-18).

The Premier League declined to comment on whether all matches in the weekend leading up to the funeral will take place as planned.

As it stands, the EFL program is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, September 13th.

When and how the English Football League depends on resources on this date.

Resourcing issues, particularly in relation to the police, are related to some of the fixtures that will need to be discussed and resolved on a component-by-item basis over the coming period.

Conditions for individual fixtures will be considered on a case-by-case basis, in line with usual protocols.

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Geraint Hughes provides an update to the EFL schedule for next week.

Football matches this weekend have been postponed

Premier League

Fulham vs Chelsea

Bournemouth vs Brighton

Leicester vs Aston Villa

Liverpool vs wolves

Southampton vs Brentford

Manchester City vs Tottenham

Arsenal vs Everton

West Ham vs Newcastle

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United

Leeds vs Notm Forest


Burnley vs Norwich match

Birmingham vs Swansea

Blackpool and Middlesbrough match

Bristol City vs Preston

Cardiff vs Hal

Coventry vs West Bromwich Albion

QPR vs Huddersfield

Sheffield United vs Rotherham

Stoke vs Luton

Sunderland vs Millwall

Watford vs Reading

Wigan vs Blackburn

Premier League

Barnsley vs Portsmouth

Burton Albion vs Fleetwood

Charlton vs Exeter

Cheltenham vs Bolton

Ipswich vs Cambridge United

Lincoln vs Accrington

MK Dons vs Bristol Rovers

Morecambe vs Derby

Peterborough vs Forest Green

Plymouth vs Sheffield Wednesday

Shrewsbury vs Oxford

Wycombe vs Port Vale

second league

Tranmere Stockport match

Wimbledon vs Leyton Orient

Barrow vs Colchester

Crowley vs Gillingham

Grimsby vs. Crowe

Harrogate vs. Carlisle

Hartlepool vs Doncaster

Mansfield vs Bradford

Rochdale vs Salford

Stevenage vs. Sutton

Swindon vs Newport

Walsall vs Northampton

Women’s Super League

Tottenham vs Manchester United match

Chelsea vs West Ham

Everton vs Leicester

Brighton vs Aston Villa

Reading vs Liverpool

Manchester City and Arsenal match

Women’s Championship

Sunderland vs Sheffield United

Blackburn Rovers vs. Lewis

Southampton x Durham

Birmingham City vs Crystal Palace

Coventry United vs Charlton

London City Lionesses vs Bristol City

National League

Altrincham vs Weldstone

Barnett vs. Southend

Boreham Wood vs Oldham

Chesterfield vs Gateshead

Eastley vs Scunthorpe

Halifax Town vs Dorking Wanderers

Maidstone United vs Solihull Morse

Notts County vs Bromley

Torquay vs Aldershot

Woking vs Yeovil Town

Wrexham vs Maidenhead United

York City vs Dagenham and Redbridge

Scottish Premier League

Aberdeen vs Rangers

Celtic vs Livingston

Dundee United vs Hibernian

Kilmarnock vs St Johnston

Ross County vs. Motherwell

Heratz vs St Mirren

Scottish Championship

Cove Rangers vs Dundee

Arbroath vs. Raith Rovers

Air United vs Partek Thistle

Inverness vs Hamilton

Queens Park vs Morton

Scottish League One

Clyde vs Dunfermline

Edinburgh City vs Peterhead

Falkirk vs Aloah

kelty hearts vs queen of the south

Montrose vs. Airdrieonians

Scottish League Two

Bonnyrigg Rose vs Annan Athletic

East Five vs Stenhausenwehr

Elgin City vs Albion Rovers

Forfar Athletic vs Sterling Albion

Stranraer vs Dumbarton