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Clubs to pay tribute to the Queen this weekend

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All Premier League matches will start with a minute’s silence this weekend as part of a tribute to the Queen.

It will be followed by the national anthem and after 70 minutes, fans will be asked to applaud, a reference to the Queen’s 70-year reign.
Big screens and billboards will also display tributes, while flags in stadiums will fly at half-mast.

Seven of England’s top-flight games will be played this weekend, the first games since the Queen’s death.
Last weekend’s games were postponed as a mark of respect.
Chelsea’s home game with Liverpool and Leeds United’s trip to Manchester United, both scheduled for this weekend, will not take place due to logistical problems surrounding the Queen’s funeral.
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On Tuesday, British football continued with 30 EFL matches and Liverpool and Tottenham’s Champions League games, where tributes were respectfully observed.
The National Anthem was played in almost all Football League matches. A “silent period” was held at EFL games as well as Liverpool and Tottenham’s Champions League matches.
There are six more EFL games on Wednesday, while Chelsea, Manchester City and Rangers are in Champions League action.
The first Premier League games of the weekend are on Friday when Aston Villa host Southampton and Fulham travel to Nottingham Forest.

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