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Wednesday’s Premier League clash between Manchester City and Arsenal has been postponed “as a precautionary measure” due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The decision to postpone came after it emerged that personnel from Arsenal have come into contact with the Olympiacos owner, Evangelos Marinakis, who has been named as a positive case of COVID-19, when he watched the Greek side beat the north London club at the Emirates Stadium in February.
Other sporting events around the world are being played behind closed doors, postponed or cancelled as coronavirus continues to spread.
Manchester United’s Europa League match against LASK in Austria will be played behind closed doors this week, following health advice from the Austrian government.
Chelsea’s game against Bayern Munich in Germany could also be played without fans, according to Sky Sports News.
In Spain, La Liga matches will be played in empty stadiums for at least the next two rounds of fixtures, the league announced on Tuesday.
Courtesy of Sky Sports