Manchester City Women’s Super League match against West Ham United on Saturday has been postponed because of COVID-19 cases within the squad, the club said on Thursday.

City reported four positive cases on Monday but did not name the players affected by the virus.

A new date for the game between the women’s FA Cup holders and West Ham will be announced in due course, City added.

READ: Manchester City confirms more COVID-19 cases

City is fourth in the league table with 18 points after nine games, while West Ham sit 10th on seven points. The club is already battling a COVID-19 outbreak in the men’s squad, with several first-team players and staff members testing positive.

City’s Premier League match at Everton was postponed last month and the training ground was closed for two days as a precaution.

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