Snow leaves this weekends Premier League football matches in doubt

 This weekend’s football is in doubt after snow hit parts of the UK.  An arctic freeze is set to sweep across Britain this week with forecasters warning about the potential of snow  Temperatures dropped below freezing in the early hours of Thursday ahead of a busy weekend of matches across all four divisions  There will be 10 fixtures in the Premier League this weekend from as north as Newcastle to Bournemouth on the south coast  And the weather in the north east is providing cause for concern ahead of Newcastle’s visit of Cardiff on Saturday Read More Transfer news LIVE: Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Man Utd latest  Rafa Benitez’s side face off against their relegation rivals at 3pm at St James’ Park  But there are fears over the encounter with snow falling on Thursday morning – and it is expected to continue with weather warnings issued  Heavy snow showers are forecast throughout the day with temperatures dipping as low as -5  North-east rivals Sunderland showed the impact of the flurries as their training ground was left covered in snow Read More Follow the latest weather updates across the UK as Met Office issues warnings    Some bookmakers have even slashed odds on a Premier League match being cancelled over the course of the weekend  Wolves face Leicester in Saturday’s early encounter before a further seven matches, with two more on Sunday  Liverpool , Manchester United and Huddersfield all face home matches in the north where the forecast is considerably worse