Tottenham's match against Arsenal on Sunday has been postponed as the Premier League accept the Gunners' request.
Mikel Arteta's side made the request due to a shortage of players missing because of injury, Covid and international duty, with reports suggesting that they have at least a dozen players unavailable.
The Premier League confirmed their decision on Saturday afternoon.
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Spurs are understood to be unhappy with the decision given they have endeavoured to play before, during and after bouts of Covid within their own squad.
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