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Premier League, EFL, Scottish, WSL and non-League: This weekend’s matches postponed

Following The Queen’s passing, the Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two, Scottish, and non-League were all cancelled this weekend. The start of the WSL season was also postponed. The St. Leger race was shifted to Sunday. The EFL programme will resume on Tuesday.

The weekend’s football games in England and Scotland have been cancelled in light of The Queen’s passing on Thursday.

All non-League and grassroots matches, as well as the beginning of the new Women’s Super League season, have been postponed. The Premier League, Championship, League One, and League Two have all been affected.

The SPFL, SWPL, and Highland & Lowland Leagues have also decided that professional football games would be postponed, according to the Scottish FA.
The undisputed middleweight world title matchup between Claressa Shields and Savannah Marshall has also been postponed by the British Boxing Board of Control until Saturday. Now, tentatively, the battle will take place on October 15.

After Queen Elizabeth II passed away on Thursday, the events were postponed, and
What sports continue to be played this weekend?

The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that all cricket matches, including international, domestic, and recreational ones, will resume on Saturday after being cancelled on Friday as a token of respect after the news of her passing.

Thus, the male Test is meant. Three-day Test match between England and South Africa will take place at The Oval, and Durham’s Riverside will host the Women’s IT20 match between England and India.
At The Oval, there was a minute of silence before game time on day three of the third Test as a mark of respect for the Queen.

National anthems were played, followed by God Save The King, and then the audience applauded once again. During the Test, both teams’ players, coaches, and match officials are all donning black armbands.

Following the instant stoppage of play on Thursday evening and the outright postponement of all daylong play on Friday, golf’s BMW PGA Championship resumed on Saturday morning. With the objective of wrapping up on Sunday as planned, the competition will now take place over 54 holes.

Play resumed on Saturday at 6:40 a.m., and at 9:50 a.m., DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelley joined staff, players, and caddies on the putting green in front of the first tee at Wentworth for a two-minute moment of remembrance.

Matches will be played on Saturday and Sunday, according to Premiership Rugby. Bristol Bears vs. Bath Rugby’s scheduled matchup on Friday will now be played on Saturday at 5.30 p.m. Sale Sharks vs. Northampton Saints’ scheduled matchup on Friday has been moved to 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Following confirmation that Friday night’s match between Catalans and Leeds will go ahead as scheduled, Saturday’s Super League game between Huddersfield and Salford will be played.

All British horse racing has been cancelled for Friday and Saturday, according to the British Horse Racing Authority. In order to make up for the missed opportunities for the Cazoo St. Leger and other significant races, Doncaster will have additional racing on Sunday.

Premier League-Football pauses to recognise the “amazing legacy” of Queen.

Premier League teams honoured Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at a meeting this morning, according to a statement from the league.

The Premier League match round this weekend, including Monday’s game, will be postponed as a gesture of respect and to honour her exceptional life and commitment to the nation.

Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters stated: “Her Majesty’s long and steadfast service to our nation is honoured by us and our clubs.

“She has been an inspiration and has left behind a remarkable legacy after leading a life of service as our longest-serving monarch.

“This is a really sad time for the country, but also for the millions of people who adored her throughout the world, and we join them in grieving her loss.”

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