Three postponed Premier League fixtures rearranged for January
The Premier League has confirmed three of the fixtures postponed over the festive period will now be played in January.
Rising coronavirus cases at clubs across the league has led to large-scale disruption of the top-flight schedule in recent weeks.
In total, 18 games have been postponed since Brighton and Hove Albion's match with Tottenham was called off due to a COVID-19 outbreak in Spurs' camp in mid-December.
Three of those fixtures have now been rearranged, with the games to be played midway through next month.
Southampton were due to host Brentford on December 18, but the Bees will now travel to St Mary's for a 19:45 GMT kick-off on Tuesday, January 11.
Everton, who last played on December 16, will welcome Leicester City to Goodison Park at 20:00 GMT on the same day.
January 12 sees West Ham and Norwich City face off, with that game also rescheduled from December 18.
The latter match clashes with the second leg of the EFL Cup semi-final between Tottenham and Chelsea, though the Premier League have had little choice but to attempt to slot fixtures into any free weeks in the calendar.
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