Manchester City and West Ham ‘could be forced to end the winter break early because Premier League plans to play the next game NEXT WEEK after postponing Storm Ciara’
- Manchester City and West Ham may have to play their canceled draw immediately
- The two teams were unable to play due to the problems caused by Storm Ciara
- Premier League leaders have discussed the option to tie the game next week
- City is now looking forward to three games per week for the next two months
Manchester City and West Ham can be set to end their winter break early, as the Premier League is considering allowing the parties to play their recently postponed game next week.
The two sides were set to meet each other on Sunday, although heavy disruption caused by Storm Ciara saw the game leave for security reasons.
Now both City and the Hammers can immediately be put back into action, with the most likely date now Wednesday, February 19, according to the Mirror.
Manchester City and West Ham saw their draw canceled due to the threat of Storm Ciara
The side of Pep Guardiola is now faced with serious congestion of the fixture due to the delay
It means that a heavy accumulation is planned for Pep Guardiola’s side, as City is now faced with a daunting prospect of three games a week for the next two months.
The city must find suitable dates for two Premier League matches, with an alternative week for the home game against Arsenal to be determined, given their participation in the Carabao Cup final.
Premier League leaders are locked in discussions about the best possible time to organize the revised competition and to enable the campaign to maintain its flow.
David Moyes has given his players a five-day break to go on holiday with family
Currently the City players are on vacation and recharge the batteries for the return of household and Champions League tasks.
A huge confrontation with the last 16 with Spanish giants Real Madrid is now on the horizon, which can be set to make or break the season.
West Ham has also received a five-day rest period from manager David Moyes, with most players taking the opportunity to go to warmer climbs with friends and family.