Tottenham have announced they'll stay at Wembley till at least the end of Feb, raising the chance that Arsenal may be the first guests to their behind-schedule new stadium at the beginning of March.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy said: “I should like to apologise to our fans and thank you for your continued patience.”
The Premier League fixtures against Watford on January 30, Newcastle on February 2 and Leicester on Feb 10 will all be held at the national stadium and priced at category C, with an attendance cap of 51,000.
Last year, they were all category B, suggesting Spurs are responding for low demand to Wembley tickets. Season-ticket holders can refund all 3 at once, that they could not previously.
The Champions League last-16, first-leg tie against Borussia Dortmund on Feb 13 will be at Wembley’s full 90,000 capacity and category B.