STORM Eunice wreaked havoc on sports equipment this weekend as 100 mph winds hit the UK.
Premier League clubs are battling to realign their travel plans as flights land and transport bosses ask millions of people to stay indoors.
Both Tottenham and Burnley face having to make long-distance bus trips to play away this weekend with planes that can’t fly.
Spurs will face Manchester City at the Etihad while Burnley will head south to take on Brighton.
Clarets’ flight has been canceled while Spurs will decide later today whether to travel by road or hope the weather is good enough to fly.
Bournemouth’s Championship clash with Nottingham Forest is under threat after the Met Office issued a RED weather warning for large swaths of the South Coast.
In a statement, Cherries said a decision on whether to play the game would be made later on Friday.
It read: “The club is working alongside its Safety Advisory Group, the EFL and Nottingham Forest, and will make relevant information available to all those planning to travel as soon as possible on Thursday. Six.”
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