A minute of applause to pay tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II

All matches on the 8th day of the Premiere
League will begin with a minute of silence, then the singing of the national anthem “God Save the King” is played following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday at the age of 96, the Premier League postponed all of its Matchday 7 matches last weekend as a “sign of respect” to the Queen.

Namely that the Premier League is due to resume its course this Friday, but two matches have been delayed due to problems with the Queen’s funeral. Match Manchester United vs Leeds United, Liverpool vs Chelsea, Brighton vs Crystal Palace. These matches are already postponed to the beginning of the month.

“Giant screens and perimeter LED panels will display final tribute footage to Her Majesty and pitch flags will be flown at half-mast as usual. When the clock strikes 70 minutes, fans will be invited to applaud the 70 years of reign of the Queen”, can we read in the press release of the league.

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