Update: third cancellation again in Premier League round

It‘s raining cancellations in the Premier League. There’s a line going through the game between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers this Tuesday. The away team has too few players available.
Wolverhampton reports this on Sunday evening via the official channels. Manager Bruno Lage, due to a combination of injuries and corona cases, does not have enough players available to set up a team at Emirates Stadium, as a result of which the English Football Association has decided to cancel the game.
In recent days, the necessary Premier League matches have been canceled due to the many corona infections at the clubs. For example, Boxing Day Liverpool – Leeds United, Wolverhampton – Watford and Burnley – Everton did not take place. Several managers, including Thomas Tuchel and Pep Guardiola, have already announced that the well-being of the football players needs to be paid close attention. These are under great pressure due to the many corona infections, so is the general message.
Update: Just like on Christmas weekend, three Premier League games have already been cancelled. After Arsenal-Wolverhampton Wanderers and Leeds United-Aston Villa, Everton-Newcastle United was also dropped from Thursday. The Magpies cannot bring a representative team on its feet due to a large number of injuries and corona infections.

โŒ #NUFC‘s trip to Goodison Park to face Everton on Thursday has been postponed due to Covid-19 cases and injuries amongst the Magpies’ first team squad.
โ€” Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) Dec 28, 2021