Barcelona’s away game at Sevilla this Saturday has been postponed, the Spanish sports ministry confirmed on Tuesday.
This is because of a clash with World Cup qualifiers in South America.
LaLiga’s original request to have the game called off was turned down by the Spanish Football Federation [RFEF] last week.
But the League President, Javier Tebas appealed the decision.
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In a short statement today, the sports ministry announced it has agreed to postpone Barca’s trip to the Sanchez Pizjuan.
Villarreal’s game against Alaves has also been suspended.
No date has yet been agreed on for the matches to be rearranged.
The third and final round of South American World Cup qualifiers in the international break is due to take place in the early hours of Friday European time, as a result, players involved, would not be able to play for their respective teams in the Spanish league this weekend.