Rangers will play Livingston at Ibrox on Sunday following the postponement of the fixture today.
The teams were set to go head to head in the Ladbrokes Premiership at 3pm this afternoon, but that was cancelled following a pitch inspection earlier.
Strong winds and heavy rain continue to hit the UK as a result of Storm Dennis – with Motherwell v St Mirren also being called off in the top flight.
But the SPFL have moved very fast to rearrange today’s game, announcing that it will go ahead at 3pm on Sunday:
So what chance does Ibrox have of being in a fit state just 24 hours after the game was initially set to go ahead?
Per BBC Weather, Govan can expect strong winds and light rain showers – and specifically there’s a 53% chance of rain at 3pm.
However, it’s the weather between now and then that will arguably be more important.
It’s expected to rain heavily in Govan until 7pm, while there’s a chance it will continue into the night too.
And more is expected tomorrow morning before potentially clearing up later in the day.
For the sake of all those Rangers and Livingston fans who wasted their time and money planning on today’s game, you have to hope tomorrow’s game goes ahead.