All of this Saturday's six matches in the Scottish Premier League (SPL) have been postponed because of the cold snap that has hit much of Britain.
That means there will be no action at all in the 12-club SPL this weekend, with Saturday's fixtures between Aberdeen and Celtic, Hibernian and St Mirren, Inverness and Dundee United, Motherwell and Kilmarnock, Rangers and Hearts and St Johnstone and Hamilton all having to be rescheduled for a later date.
An SPL statement read: "In light of the severe weather conditions across Scotland, which are forecast to continue for some time, all Clydesdale Bank Premier League games have been postponed this Saturday, December 4.
"It is hoped that this early notice of postponement, whilst disappointing, will allow everyone to plan accordingly. New dates for the fixtures will be announced in due course."