This weekend’s round of play has been postponed following a meeting of the 20 clubs this morning.
A statement said: “This weekend’s match round is postponed as a mark of respect to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”
That means Albion faces a four-week break between games.
They are next in action when they visit Liverpool on October 1st.
Their home game against Crystal Palace on September 17 had already been postponed due to planned rail strikes.
It seems other games could be put on hold this weekend following the Queen’s death.
Football across the board and at all levels this weekend has been postponed.
These include games with Albion U21s against Manchester City and seniors who were set to take on Aston Villa in front of more than 5,000 fans at the Amex.
Saturday’s race has been canceled but the enemies are ahead on Sunday at Doncaster and Chepstow.
Alongside the St Leger, Champagne Stakes and Park Stakes, the Doncaster Cup and Flying Childers Stakes were saved ahead of Friday’s canceled game to form a nine-race Doncaster card.
Sunday’s Musselburgh meeting has been canceled because the Queen is in state in Edinburgh.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/sport/21251718.premier-league-postponed—including-bournemouth-v-brighton/?ref=rss Premier League postponed – including Bournemouth v Brighton