After the coronavirus spike and local lockout, Leicester’s match with Crystal Palace Saturday could in any case be deferred by the Premier League.
The Foxes face Everton on Wednesday at Goodison Park, live on Sky Sports however are expected to facilitating Palace on Saturday afternoon at the King Power Stadium in the heart of the city.
Government authorities have recommended that the new lockout measures remain in place in Leicester for an additional fourteen days as coronavirus controls are required to ease from Saturday in the remainder of England.
While Matt Hancock, the health secretary, said Tuesday that Leicester’s match with Palace will proceed, Richard Masters, CEO of the Premier League, told parliament that possibility arrangements are in place to move the game to a neutral setting or defer it whenever required.
The Security Advisory Committee, which has the final say on where the game will be played, is meeting to address the situation later on Tuesday.
The Premier League claims all of its grounds are secure while clubs chose to utilize neutral settings ahead of restart in case their games couldn’t be played at home.
The Premier League also has a number of neutral grounds on-hand ought to there be any proposal that a game can not be played in the home stadium of a club.