Caley Thistle were left out of action again last night when their Championship fixture at home to Falkirk was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The Caledonian Stadium surface was subject to an inspection at noon yesterday following efforts to clear snow from the pitch on Monday.
Inverness had been confident of the game going ahead after switching on the undersoil heating, but a rise in temperature caused a thaw which eventually left the pitch unplayable.
It is the third postponed fixture at Caledonian Stadium in the space of three weeks, which could raise concerns over the surface ahead of another home fixture against Dumbarton on Saturday.
Caley Jags’ game against Brechin City was called off on November 21 due to a waterlogged pitch, while last night’s game against the Bairns had been quickly rearranged following the initial postponement of the fixture on Saturday due to a frozen pitch.
The Brechin match was rescheduled for November 28, with Caley Thistle running out 4-0 winners just three days after a 2-0 loss against St Mirren in similarly difficult conditions. Manager John Robertson recently admitted the double header had taken its toll on the surface.