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Tottenham’s Covid outbreak ‘has gotten worse’ with Brighton clash at risk of being delayed

BREAKING NEWS: Tottenham’s Covid outbreak ‘has gotten worse’, adding to seven first-team players who had already tested positive, with the club set to request a postponement of their Premier League game in Brighton

  • Spurs grapple with Covid outbreak after seven players tested positive
  • The situation has now deteriorated, the claim states, and their trip to Brighton is at risk
  • Antonio Conte’s men prepare for Rennes in the Conference League

Tottenham’s game against Brighton on Sunday is at risk of being postponed after their Covid outbreak reportedly escalated.

Spurs were hit with a bomb that seven players had tested positive for the virus after taking a lateral flow while the squad waited for the results of a PCR test to confirm their worst fears.

But now that the Evening Standard report has worsened the situation with more positive cases – and now the Spurs are ready to request that their Premier League trip to Brighton on Sunday be postponed.

Tottenham’s Covid outbreak has reportedly worsened and their Brighton showdown is at risk

Tottenham are already preparing for Rennes in the UEFA Conference League on Thursday evening, with the European body previously confirming that the match will still go ahead, but their match at AMEX appears in doubt.

The breakout comes as a huge blow to Spurs boss Antonio Conte, whose side have won their last three games in a row and are desperate to maintain momentum.

The Spurs already have a game to play after their clash at Burnley was canceled due to bad weather and Conte will be frustrated if he misses another chance to close the gap to the top four – even without some top players.

More to follow.



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