Dundee’s Premiership match against St Mirren has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch after recent rain.
The game has been rescheduled for Wednesday evening after being postponed in January when Storm Malik caused stadium safety concerns.
A pitch inspection on Wednesday afternoon found areas of the playing surface covered in water and the decision was taken to cancel the match.
The SPFL will announce a new date and time in due course.
Postponement means that new Dundee manager Mark McGhee will have to wait until Saturday to make his home debut in the match against Livingston. McGhee, who replaced James McPake last week, began his tenure with a 3-2 defeat at Celtic Park.
St Mirren have also had a change in the dugout with Stephen Robinson joining the club as replacement for Jim Goodwin, who joined Aberdeen. Robinson will now take charge of his new side for the first time against Hearts on Saturday.