GUNNERS CLUB: Arsenal may play just one game till October if games postponed due to national mourning – not in Premier League
Arsenal might see both their Premier League games this month postponed due to the national mourning period brought on by the demise of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Gunners are scheduled to play Everton and Brentford in the league before the international beak in the end of September.
However, it’s being rumoured that this weekend’s games will be postponed due to the death of the Queen.
A national mourning period might stretch over 10 days as the Queen’s funeral is reportedly going to take place on 18 September.
If that is the case, then Arsenal could see their game against Brentford on that same day postponed as well.
The Gunners might only have one game to play in September in that case – the Europa League game against PSV Eindhoven next Thursday..TAP.TO.CONTINUE.READING
UEFA is not expected to postpone any games in the mourning period and could compel clubs to go ahead with their games.
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