English Premier League continue to be affected with a number of Premier League fixtures getting postponed due to the massive effect of Covid-19 virus on players and staff.
After a small break, Premier League returns this weekend with a number of top fixtures scheduled to take place with Manchester United set to face Liverpool on Sunday, a game which could decide who has the high chances of winning the title.
However, the game between Aston Villa and Everton will not go as planned with the Villains still missing out a number of first team players and staff due to the outbreak of Coronavirus in their camp last week.
Confirming the decision, top of the official statement from Premier League read: "Aston Villa's home match against Everton scheduled to be played on Sunday 17 January at 12.00 GMT, has been postponed by the Premier League board."
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