Tottenham-Everton match delayed, Tottenham riots that swept the region on Saturday last week, quickly spread to a number of areas in London and also some other cities in the UK.
Stadium Tottenham Hotspur, White Hart Lane, not far from the location of Tottenham riots.
But the Executive Director of the Premier League, Richard Scudamore, said he was positive if the other six opening matches on Saturday, August 13, two Sunday, August 14, and another one on Monday, August 15, will be held.
The decision to roll out nine other new games will be decided at 18.00 UK time.
"The situation is the latest Tottenam and Everton was postponed," he said.
"The police do a great job but the place was a place of crime during the week and the local city council did not have enough time to do what they need," he added.
"Tottenham is really unfortunate, but we support the police," he added.
Beyond the control of the club
Previously manager of Tottenham, Harry Redknap, expressed the hope that the game still take place.
In a statement on its website, Tottenham said that the match was postponed citing "security concerns with respect to infrastructure on the main road and access to the stadium due to the riots last Saturday."
As for the other nine games so far positive, although still depends if violence occurs again.
"They want the game goes, same with us," said Richard Scudamore.
"We apologize for any inconvenience supporters because of problems that are beyond the control of the club. We will update when the game will be reorganized," wrote Tottenham this claim.
Nine other games that might still be held, among others, is that Liverpool will entertain Sunderland and West Bromwich became home to cast against Manchester United.
Liverpool and West Bromich-including well-Manchester is a city that is also hit by rioting and looting.