A frozen pitch has forced the postponement of Wednesday’s match between Livingston and Dundee United.
The sides were due to meet in the Premiership match at the Tony Macaroni Arena but the severe recent weather has left the playing surface in an unsafe condition.
After days of sub-zero temperatures, a pitch inspection took place at 3pm on Wednesday afternoon, and it was initially decided that the game would go ahead.
But just an hour before kick-off it was confirmed that the game would not go ahead.
The SPFL has said that it will announced a rescheduled date and time in due course.
In a statement released on Twitter, Livingston said: After arriving at the ground this evening, tonight’s match officials have called the game off due to a frozen pitch.