The EFL have postponed all fixtures subsequent Saturday to pay respect to Prince Philip throughout his funeral.
talkSPORT understands that discussions are ongoing relating to the Premier League fixtures, with a call set to be made by Monday.
Buckingham Palace has introduced that the Duke of Edinburgh’s ceremonial royal funeral will happen on April 17 in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Fortress.
The Palace introduced that Philip died peacefully in his sleep at Windsor Fortress on Friday, leaving the Queen and the royal household ‘mourning his loss’.
His loss of life triggered a flood of tributes from throughout the globe – with world leaders, international royal households and charities hailing his life and legacy.
Philip’s funeral is anticipated to happen at St George’s Chapel in Windsor, however the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown in England will influence plans.
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The EFL wrote: “As a mark of respect, EFL matches scheduled for 3pm on Saturday 17 April will likely be moved to keep away from a conflict with the funeral of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.”
On Saturday, gamers wore black armbands and a two-minute silence was held earlier than top-flight and EFL matches this weekend in tribute to Prince Philip.
In a press release on Friday, the Premier League mentioned it was ‘deeply saddened’ to listen to of his passing.
“Our ideas and condolences are with Her Majesty The Queen, The Royal Household and all these all over the world mourning the lack of His Royal Highness.
“As a mark of respect, gamers will put on black armbands and there will likely be a minute’s silence earlier than kick-off in any respect Premier League matches performed tonight and throughout the weekend.”