Tonight's SPL clash between St Johnstone and Rangers was postponed yesterday on police advice about the safety of the supporters.
The winter weather has affected a number of fixtures in the past month with the Gers now having five games to fit into the congested calendar after the new year. If the Gers beat Motherwell and reach the Co-operative Insurance Cup Final then a trip to Pittodrie will need to be rescheduled.
After an impressive win at Motherwell, manager Walter Smith was understandably disappointed at the postponement. He told the official Rangers website: "We are obviously disappointed. With the break in the weather we hoped the game would be on."
"We are a little disappointed not to be playing but there's not a lot we can do about it. It has been a bit stop-start for a lot of the matches but everyone has had to put up with that.
"But after playing well at Motherwell we thought we would have another game. Sadly it's not to be."
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A late-goal from Kal Naismith was enough for Rangers to beat Greenock Morton 1-0 in a bounce match at Murray Park this afternoon.
It was a chance for Smith to experiment with Webster, Kerkar, Fleck, Wylde, Beattie and Lafferty all starting the match.
But all eyes now turn to Sunday's Old Firm clash with Rangers looking to make it two wins from two against Celtic this season.
Steven Naismith is still a doubt for the game but Kyle Lafferty could return to the squad for the first time since breaking his finger last month.