Ross County’s Premiership fixture away to Livingston on Saturday is subject to a morning pitch inspection at the Tony Macaroni Arena.
Those four points lifted the Dingwall team to eighth in the division, four points clear of David Martindale’s Lions.
However, sub-zero conditions in the area prompted league chiefs to call a precautionary check at 9.30am on the artificial surface.
The host club’s statement confirmed: “Following the freezing temperatures this week, the SPFL have requested a pitch inspection at 9.30am tomorrow morning ahead of our cinch Premiership clash with Ross County.”
— Ross County FC (@RossCounty) December 1, 2023
Adams left League Two side Morecambe recently to become the Highland club’s manager for the third time, replacing Malky Mackay, who was sacked as the team dropped level bottom with Livi.
There will also be a pitch inspection at 7.30am ahead of Elgin City’s home match against Clyde.
❄️ Tomorrows match v @ClydeFC will be subject to a 7.30am pitch inspection.
We shall post the result of the inspection as soon as it’s decided ⚽️
— Elgin City F.C. (@ElginCityFC) December 1, 2023
Meanwhile, following a Friday pitch inspection, the Highland League fixture at Mosset Park between Forres Mechanics and leaders Brechin City has been postponed.
Rothes’ home match against Formartine United and Keith’s meeting with Wick Academy are also off following pitch inspections.
The top match in the North Caledonian League – Fort William v Loch Ness – dubbed “the monster derby” has been frozen off at Claggan Park.
❌ 𝗠𝗔𝗧𝗖𝗛 𝗣𝗢𝗦𝗧𝗣𝗢𝗡𝗘𝗗
— Brechin City FC (@BrechinCityFC) December 1, 2023
The fixture will be played later in the season.
— Fort William FC (@FortWilliamFC) December 1, 2023