HARROGATE Town’s next three fixtures have been postponed due to positive Covid-19 cases in their squad.

Their game against Rochdale in the Carabao Cup, which was due to take place tomorrow night, along with their League Two fixtures at Crawley Town (August 14) and Leyton Orient (August 17) will now be rearranged.

The Covid cases mean a number of individuals at Harrogate are unable to play or train due to either a positive test or the requirement to self-isolate in line with Government and EFL guidance.

Following discussions with the club, the EFL has agreed to Harrogate’s request to rearrange the league fixtures.

All parties will now to mutually find alternative dates which will confirmed in due course.

The league will consider any proposal put forward by Harrogate regarding the rescheduling of their Carabao Cup first-round tie against Rochdale.

Under the rules, if a fixture is not able to be re-arranged ahead of the following round, then a club would have to forfeit the tie.