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Rangers v Livingston & Motherwell v St Mirren among four SPFL games off


Rangers manager Steven Gerrard now faces two rearranged games after Saturday’s postponement

Rangers v Livingston and Motherwell v St Mirren in the Premiership are among four Saturday Scottish fixtures postponed because of wet weather.

Hearts v Hamilton Academical and Ross County v St Johnstone, both at 15:00 GMT, are expected to go ahead.

Two more top-flight games are scheduled for Sunday.

Ayr United v Greenock Morton in the Championship and Brechin City v Annan Athletic in League Two were called off earlier on Saturday.

On Sunday, Premiership leaders Celtic travel to take on Aberdeen at 12:00 and victory for Neil Lennon’s side would take them 13 points clear of Rangers, having played two games more. Rangers v St Johnstone, postponed earlier this season, is yet to be rearranged.

Kilmarnock host Hibernian at 16:30 on Sunday.

Motherwell are scheduled to meet St Mirren at Fir Park in Tuesday’s Scottish Cup replay and Rangers’ next match is at home to Europa League last-32 opponents Braga on Thursday.

SPFL postponements

Premiership

Motherwell P-P St Mirren

Rangers P-P Livingston

Championship

Ayr United P-P Greenock Morton

League Two

Brechin City P-P Annan Athletic





Article courtesy of BBC Sport
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