Football matches scheduled for Saturday will now kick off at midday to accommodate the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, the SPFL have said.
Prince Philip died on Friday morning at the age of 99 at Windsor Castle.
The Duke’s funeral will take place on Saturday at St George’s Chapel, Windsor at 3pm.
Following discussions with the Scottish FA and other stakeholders, the SPFL announced on Monday that nine games will now begin at 12pm.
However it is not yet known if the fourth round of the Scottish Cup will take place this coming weekend.
One lunchtime game and four 3pm matches have been scheduled, with Rangers vs Celtic due to kick off at 4pm on Saturday.
In the Scottish Championship, Alloa Athletic vs Raith Rovers, Arbroath vs Ayr United and Dunfermilne Athletic vs Queen of the South will all begin at noon.
Scottish League One games that will move will be Cove Rangers vs Falkirk and East Fife v Peterhead.
In the Scottish League Two, Annan Athletic will take on Brechin City, Cowdenbeath will face Stirling Albion, Edinburgh City will meet Queen’s Park and Elgin City will go up against Albion Rovers at midday.
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