Carrick-Dungannon Premiership game rescheduled for 15 December

Miguel Chines celebrates scoring against Dungannon Swifts earlier this season
Miguel Chines scored one of Carrick's goals in their 2-1 win over Dungannon Swifts on the opening day of the season on 8 August

The Irish Premiership game between Carrick Rangers and Dungannon Swifts has been rescheduled for 15 December following its postponement on Tuesday.

The match was called off for the second time on Tuesday after heavy overnight rain led to a waterlogged pitch.

The game had originally been scheduled to take place on Saturday 7 November before being rearranged for this week.

Carrick lie 10th in the table on 11 points, with Dungannon three points worse off in 11th place.

Carrick threw away a two-goal lead to lose 3-2 to 10-man Portadown on Saturday and are chasing their first league win since 12 September.

The Swifts are on a worse run of form, having lost seven league games in a row, the last five by a single goal.