The EFL has announced Friday’s fixtures – Burnley vs Norwich and Tranmere vs Stockport – have been postponed as a mark of respect for Queen Elizabeth II.
A decision on the weekend’s games will be made on Friday morning, following a discussion with the Department for Culture, Media & Sport.
The SPFL confirmed Friday’s game between Cove Rangers and Dundee has been postponed as a mark of respect. They will update on the weekend’s fixtures on Friday.
The Northern Ireland Football League announced Friday night’s matches between Cliftonville and Glentoran and Larne and Dungannon have been postponed, and will update on Friday morning about Saturday’s games.
UEFA decided Thursday evening fixtures involving Manchester United and West Ham United would go ahead.
There was a minute’s silence at both Old Trafford and the London Stadium before the kick-offs, with players and staff wearing black armbands.
However, none of the English sides held press conferences after their matches.