Celtic v St Mirren is one of nine Premiership and Championship fixtures to be moved to the weekend of January 30.
Earlier this week, Scottish football was hit with a bombshell announcement as the leagues below the Championship were suspended. This included the Scottish Cup, with third round ties set to be played on weekend beginning January 30.
Now that competition has been suspended for three weeks, the Premiership and Championship have moved to fill in the gaps. Celtic v St Mirren has been moved forward from March to that weekend.
That will now be a 3:00PM kick-off instead of a 7:45PM start at the beginning of March. Livingston v Aberdeen has also been scheduled in for that weekend after their postponement last night.
This tie in West Lothian has now been postponed twice, the latter of which for a waterlogged park. Both teams will be hoping for third time lucky in a few weeks time after both managers discussed the possibility of Scottish Cup weekend after the waterlogged announcement.
Dundee United v Hibs and Kilmarnock v St Johnstone will also take place that weekend. Meanwhile in the Championship there’s a full card of fixtures on now, Ayr United v Alloa Athletic, Heart of Midlothian v Dunfermline Athletic , Inverness Caledonian Thistle v Queen of the South, Morton v Arbroath and Raith Rovers v Dundee all moved to January 30.
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