Livingston's First Division match against Hamilton has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
The match had passed a morning pitch inspection, but a second look by referee Steven MacLean at lunchtime led to the call-off.
Heavy rain shortly after 13:00 gave MacLean little option but to postpone the match.
The Scottish Premier League match between Ross County and Hearts was also called off, although the match at Falkirk passed an inspection.
Livingston said on Twitter: "Hugely disappointing that we are rained off today but the right decision.
"The pitch passed an inspection at 10am, but rain has been pretty much continuous since then.
"Very little you can do. Pitch was inspected and playable at 10am - continuous rain since despite better weather forecast.
"Apologies again to anyone who got to the stadium before learning the £5 game was called off. Mother Nature not on our side today."