Major League Soccer on Thursday postponed a match between the Colorado Rapids and Portland Timbers scheduled for Saturday, following three more coronavirus cases in the Colorado Rapids camp, as per AFP report.

The Rapids reported their first case of COVID-19 on September 24, since then a total of four players and 11 staff members have tested positive for COVID-19.

The game was rescheduled for November 4, as per AFP report.

The Rapids reported that one player and three staff members had tested positive for coronavirus a week ago and have not trained since.

A Rapids’ game that was to be played against Sporting Kansas City last Sunday was postponed to October 21.

On Monday, the Rapids said another player and seven additional staff members had tested positive for the deadly virus.

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All players and staff with confirmed cases of COVID-19 have entered self-isolation while following MLS health and safety protocols.

The Rapids are fifth in the Western Conference at 5-4-4 for 19 points, a point behind Dallas and Kansas City and ahead of Minnesota on goal difference.

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The Timbers, 7-4-3 with 24 points, are second in the west, trailing leader and arch-rival Seattle on goal difference.