Livingston v Morton & Falkirk Brechin among six Scottish fixtures postponed

Livingston's Almondvale Stadium
Livingston's home game against Morton has been postponed

Six Scottish Professional Football League matches have been postponed because of the cold weather.

Livingston's Championship fixture at home to Morton and Falkirk v Brechin City in the same division are off.

In League One, Alloa Athletic v Arbroath and Raith Rovers v Albion Rovers have also been called off because of frozen pitches.

And two League Two games, Cowdenbeath v Clyde and Berwick Rangers v Peterhead, fell victims to the cold snap.

But Montrose v Elgin City in the fourth tier goes ahead after a pitch inspection.

Saturday's remaining SPFL games start with Aberdeen v Hibernian (12:30) in the Premiership, with four other top-flight fixtures at 15:00.

Three matches each survive in the Championship and Leagues One and Two, all at 15:00.

Meanwhile, Livingston's recently postponed Championship match at Dumbarton will be played on Boxing Day at 14:00 GMT.

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