The La Liga spain have no plans to consider postponing matches

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The La Liga spain , under chairman Javier Tebas, have no plans to consider postponing matches this weekend despite clubs battling the coronavirus pandemic.

Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported on Thursday. That La Liga is not considering postponing games this weekend at either La Liga or Segunda levels. Although several clubs will face problems with the epidemic of ‘Covid-19’.

Both La Liga and Segunda football leagues will return to play after the Christmas break. It kicks off with games between Valencia and Espanyol on Friday, including three of the Segunda stages between Real Oviedo and Ponferradina, Burgos and Real. Amorebiata and Eibar and Real Sociedad B.

Despite the growing number of clubs struggling with players and coaching staff infected with ‘COVID-19’. La Liga has not considered postponing matches this weekend. If a particular club does not have enough first-team players to enter the field. They can also run young players.

The La Liga spain regulations require each team to have a minimum of 13 players. Including first-team players and youth players, all 13 must be goalkeepers. And there must be at least 5 players from the first team on each list and on the field during 90 minutes.