Reigning English champions, Manchester City have had their clash with London side West Ham slated for Sunday cancelled. The culprit is a a bad weather system being dubbed “Storm Ciara” & “Storm Sabine”, with games in the Bundesliga, Eredivisie and Belgian Pro League have also been cancelled.
The extreme winter storm, which has been named widely named ‘Ciara’, approached from the Atlantic Ocean before making its way across northern Europe on Sunday morning.
Manchester city currently sit second in the table, 22 points behind Liverpool, their worst record under Pep Guardiola.
The club is hoping to make up for the loss with a good showing in the champions league but they have in form Real Madrid to deal with first.
Manchester City have confirmed via Twitter that their meeting with West Ham at Etihad Stadium on Sunday will not be going ahead, stating: “Due to extreme and escalating weather conditions and in the interests of supporter and staff safety, today’s Premier League match against West Ham has been postponed.”