Which Premier League, Championship, League One and Two football fixtures have been postponed due to Storm… – The Sun

IT'S another huge week of football action in England, with a full programme of Premier League and EFL action.
But Storm Eunice is wreaking havoc across the UK following a rare red weather warning.
At present, all Premier League games are going ahead.
The fixture list is as follows:
Saturday, February 19
*All games 3pm unless stated
Sunday, February 20
At present, all Championship games are going ahead except Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest's Friday night clash as well as today's game between Blackburn and Millwall.
The fixture list is as follows:
Friday, February 18
Saturday, February 19
At present, two Saturday fixtures have been postponed as Fleetwood vs Lincoln and Shrewsbury vs Morecambe have been called off.
The fixture list is as follows:
At present, Exeter vs Barrow and Salford vs Crawley have been postponed.
The fixture list is as follows:
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