Tomorrow’s Premiership clash between Ross County and Hibs has joined Inverness v Morton in being postponed due to a frozen pitch.
Wintery weather in the Highlands had already seen Caley Thistle’s Championship clash called off, and now the top-flight fixture, which would’ve seen the struggling Staggies host the third-place Hibees, has also fallen victim to the conditions.
❌ MATCH POSTPONED❌
Tomorrow's home match v @HibernianFC has been postponed due to a frozen pitch following inspection.
The fixture will now be re-scheduled and information will be communicated when available. pic.twitter.com/OxUqFSWN7t
— Ross County FC (@RossCounty) February 12, 2021
Both matches will now be rearranged.
Caley Thistle hit by adverse weather once again
The postponement of Inverness v Morton is yet another disruption for Caley Jags, who have seen their season effectively put on hold in recent weeks by the lack of matches.
❌ GAME OFF
📆 Saturday February 13
🏆 Scottish Championship
▪️Postponed – frozen pitch
— spflnews (@spflnews) February 12, 2021
Their midweek meeting with Alloa was also frozen off.
Inverness have played just 11 league games and find themselves four games behind some of their Championship rivals.