Tottenham's Premier League trip to Brighton postponed because of Covid-19 cases at Spurs

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The Spurs' match at Brighton on Sunday has been postponed due to a number of positive Covid-19 cases among the players and staff.

The first-team training centre was closed on Wednesday.

The match against the Seagulls was supposed to take place on Sunday.

The game was supposed to be rearranged, but Spurs asked for the meeting to be canceled.

The board of the league decided to put the game off because of the health of the players and staff.

The postponed fixture will be rearranged in due course and the league wishes a quick recovery to those with Covid-19.

Spurs said they would give supporters more information as soon as possible.

The statement said that they wanted to apologize to everyone at Stade Rennais and to both their supporters and ours.

Both clubs should be thanked for their understanding during these challenging times.

Heavy snow forced the cancellation of the away match at Burnley for Spurs on November 28th.