Millwall's matches against Bournemouth and Watford are POSTPONED

Millwall’s next two Championship matches against Bournemouth and Watford are POSTPONED after a coronavirus outbreak in first team

  • Millwall’s next two Sky Bet Championship fixtures have been postponed 
  • The second tier side have suffered a coronavirus outbreak in first-team squad 
  • Games against Bournemouth and Watford will now be played at a later date

Millwall’s next two Sky Bet Championship fixtures have been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak in the first-team squad.

Games against Bournemouth and Watford over the Christmas period will now be played at a later date while the club’s training ground has been closed.

A club statement said: ‘Millwall Football Club can confirm that its next two Championship fixtures have been postponed following an outbreak of Covid-19 within the first-team squad.

Millwall’s next two Championship fixtures have been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak

‘Individuals who have tested positive and their close contacts are observing a period of self-isolation and the club cannot therefore currently take part in upcoming fixtures away to AFC Bournemouth on Boxing Day and at home to Watford on 29th December.

‘The club’s Calmont Road training ground has been closed with immediate effect in order to protect players and staff and to help prevent further spread of the virus.’

Millwall chief executive Steve Kavanagh added: ‘This is a very regrettable but necessary move.

‘Throughout this entire pandemic the safety and welfare of our players, staff, fans and other stakeholders has been our main priority and it is with this in mind that we have closed the training ground and notified the EFL of the need to postpone the next two fixtures.

‘I wish everyone concerned a quick and full recovery.’

Games against Bournemouth and Watford over Christmas will now be played at a later date




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