Tom Roddy, a football reporter from The Times, has reported that Wycombe do not expect their recent outbreak of COVID-19 to have any effect on the FA Cup match against Tottenham next week.
He added that the entire Wycombe squad was sent home yesterday after the club noticed a spike in positive test results.
It was revealed earlier today that Wycombe vs QPR had been postponed due to the COVID outbreak in the former camp.
The club made an official statement regarding the outbreak, claiming that they had been unable to play the fixture due to the requirement for first-team players and staff to self-isolate.
Tottenham progressed into the fourth round of the FA Cup after a win over non-league Marine last week and are due to play Wycombe on January 25 at Adams Park.
However, Roddy reports that Wycombe are confident no postponement, bye, or fielding of youngsters will be required at this stage.
Wycombe don’t expect their Covid outbreak to affect next week’s FA Cup game against #thfc. Squad was sent home yesterday after increase in positive cases and tomorrow’s league game against QPR was postponed.
— Tom Roddy (@TomRoddy_) January 15, 2021
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