Sunday’s matches at National Stadium switched to Centenary Stadium
The Malta Football Association has decided to make a number of changes to Sunday’s programme of matches from the BOV Premier League due to the inclement weather that is set to hit the islands on Sunday.
Weather forecasts are predicting stormy weather this weekend, with windy and isolated showers predicted for Friday and Saturday with thundery showers forecast on Sunday.
In view of this forecast, the Malta FA decided to move the venue of two of the three Premier League matches scheduled for Sunday while postponing the other one.
In fact, the Premier League match between Valletta and Sirens, scheduled for Sunday at the Tony Bezzina Stadium, which was due to kick off at 11.30am, has now been postponed to Wednesday, February 1, at the same venue, starting at 7pm.
On the other hand, the two Premier League matches, Marsaxlokk vs Gżira United and Ħamrun Spartans vs Pieta Hotspurs, which were scheduled to be played at the National Stadium, have now been moved to the Centenary Stadium.
The Marsaxlokk vs Gżira United match has kept its kick-off time at 2pm while the Ħamrun vs Pieta match will now kick off at 4.30pm.
Meanwhile, these changes have also affected Sunday’s Challenge League programme.
The match between Sliema Wanderers and Żurrieq will be played at the Centenary Stadium, on Sunday, at 7pm, while the game between Mtarfa and Qrendi has now been switched to the Victor Tedesco Stadium and will now kick off at 7pm.
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