PSV-Arsenal Europa League Match Confirmed For Thursday

Following the death of the Queen of England, Elizabeth the Second, many Premier League and European cup matches were postponed and this is definitely adding to the pressures on football clubs this, together with the delays that will be caused by the November World Cup ties in Qatar.

However, the good news for the Arsenal supporters is that PSV Eindhoven have confirmed that Thursday’s Europa League match against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium will go ahead as planned.

Following the Queen’s passing, all top-flight, EFL, WSL, and even grassroots football was cancelled over the weekend, along with Monday night’s game between Leeds United and Nottingham Forest.

Nevertheless, all the matches in which the Premier League sides are involved in European cups in midweek are not affected as they are all on schedule. 

PSV has even issued a brief statement confirming that Thursday’s game will be played.

‘Arsenal vs PSV update: the match will be played in London with supporters,’ read a tweet on the PSV’s official Twitter page.

On Wednesday night, Chelsea will face RB Salzburg at home in a Champions League group stage matchup that is also anticipated to be approved. With arrangements ongoing for the Queen’s funeral ceremony, there are fears there will be more disruptions in the EPL.

But Tottenham, West Ham and Manchester United are all playing away from home and their matches will not be impacted.

Due to Queen Elizabeth II’s passing at the age of 96, the Premier League has decided to postpone this weekend’s games as a show of respect.

Following a meeting on Thursday with the British government’s Department for Culture, Media, and Sport and representatives from a number of sports, the Premier League’s shareholders decided on Friday to postpone all of the games on Saturday and Monday.