Ross County were left frustrated after Saturday’s pre-season friendly against Hibernian was called off at the last minute after the Easter Road side’s coronavirus test results failed to turn up on time.
The Staggies, who had drawn 2-2 against Aberdeen in a bounce game the week before, were already on their way to Edinburgh when they were told the game would have to be called off.
The Hibernian players and staff underwent testing on Thursday and expected to receive the results on Saturday morning.
The Easter Road side have said they will now carry out their testing earlier in the week to avoid a similar outcome.
Scottish Premiership sides initially had to carry out tests twice a week but that was reduced to only once a week earlier this month.