Wednesday’s Scottish Premiership game between Livingston and Dundee United has been postponed following a second pitch inspection.
A precautionary inspection was held at 15:00 GMT because of freezing conditions in West Lothian and the game was given the all clear.
However, a further check by the match officials just after 18:00 determined that one goalmouth was frozen.
Livingston are fourth in the table, with Dundee United third from bottom.
Livingston won the teams’ first meeting this season at Tannadice in August, but United won in the Scottish League Cup at Tony Macaroni Arena.