The Premier League has confirmed that Wolves vs Manchester City will go ahead as planned this weekend.
In a statement released on Monday evening, the English top-flight said:
"Premier League fixtures will resume this weekend after a pause to the season as a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
"Seven of the 10 Premier League fixtures this weekend will be played, with three matches postponed due to events surrounding The Queen’s funeral.
"In addition, kick-off times will change for two Premier League matches."
The statement continued by confirming the matches that have been postponed, as it read, "Matches postponed on Sunday 18 September are Chelsea’s matches against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge, and Manchester United’s home match v Leeds United.
"Brighton & Hove Albion’s fixture against Crystal Palace, that was due to be played at 15:00 BST on Saturday 17 September, will also remain postponed."
This means that Wolves against Manchester City will take place as scheduled this weekend, with the Premier League champions returning to action for the first time since their Champions League victory over Sevilla last week.
The full complete Premier League schedule for the upcoming weekend is as follows:
Friday 16 September
20:00 Aston Villa vs Southampton (Sky Sports)
20:00 Nottingham Forest vs Fulham
Saturday 17 September
12:30 Wolves vs Manchester City (BT Sport)
15:00 Newcastle vs AFC Bournemouth
17:30 Spurs vs Leicester City (Sky Sports)
Sunday 18 September
12:00 Brentford vs Arsenal (Sky Sports)
14:15 Everton vs West Ham (Sky Sports)
Before the weekend, Manchester City return to action in the Champions League.
Pep Guardiola and his players welcome Borussia Dortmund to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night, in matchday two of Europe's elite club competition.
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