Rangers’ postponed clash with Livingston will now take place tomorrow, the club has announced.
The match was called off this afternoon due to a waterlogged pitch at Ibrox.
But the Glasgow side have confirmed the fixture will now be played at 3pm tomorrow.
#RangersFC can announce that the match against @LiviFCOfficial, which was postponed earlier this afternoon, will take place tomorrow (Sunday, February 16) with a 3pm kick-off. pic.twitter.com/ZAdMZzHn3B
— Rangers Football Club (@RangersFC) February 15, 2020
A statement on the club’s Twitter account added: “Access cards and tickets, including match and hospitality tickets, issued for today’s game will be valid for the rescheduled match.
“The club apologises for any inconvenience caused to supporters.”
A statement from Livingston said that they had hoped for the clash to go ahead on Monday, but the SPFL decided to reschedule for Sunday.
The club said: “As a club, we tried to rearrange for Monday night to allow the weather to pass and fans to make alternative arrangements but, ultimately, the decision was made by the SPFL.
“Tickets purchased for today’s game will be valid for use tomorrow. Anyone who can no longer make the rearranged game and has purchased a ticket, can claim a refund from LFC reception. The original ticket must be returned in full for the refund to be issued.”
Further rain is expected throughout today and tomorrow as Storm Dennis hits Scotland.
Rangers will hope the pitch holds up ahead of facing Braga in the first leg of their Europa League tie on Thursday at Ibrox.
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