I doubt that.
I don't see why you would. Even if the new trilogy contradicts entire chunks of the EU, and that seems pretty probable, there's basically no way it will contradict all
So throwing up some rationalisations to save some parts while decanonizing other parts seems plausible.
What if they decide to give Luke a son earlier for example or her wife not being Mara Jade?
They've already decided that the distinction that the Thrawn trilogy makes regarding 'dark Jedi' is meaningless and that what little it says about the Clone Wars is inaccurate.
Also remember when Jester Mereel was Boba Fett's real name, and he wasn't a Mandalorian just a guy who wore Mandalorian armour? Or Han Solo's past as a stormtrooper. Hell, the entire approach to Jedi relationships in the EU - including
the idea of Luke marrying at all - got implicitly shafted in Attack of the Clones. This stuff goes by the wayside.