Inverness CT v Hearts among fixtures postponed due to adverse weather
Discussions took place on Friday between the two clubs and Police Scotland over the fixture.
Saturday's Premiership game between Inverness and Hearts has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Discussions took place on Friday between the two clubs and Police Scotland as a result of the extreme weather conditions in the Highlands.
A final pitch inspection at 7.30am on Saturday confirmed the lunchtime kick-off would not go ahead as planned.
Caley Thistle posted on Twitter: "GAME OFF : Todays Match v @JamTarts has been postponed due to waterlogged pitch and forecast of further poor weather."
Partick Thistle's home fixture against Dundee United at Firhill was also postponed after a pitch inspection from the match officials.
However, there are no plans for a pitch inspection at the League Cup semi-final between Hibernian and St Johnstone at Tynceastle in Edinburgh.
A number of Championship, League One and League Two fixtures have fallen victim to the adverse weather conditions though.
Raith Rovers' home fixture against Queen of the South was postponed following a pitch inspection at Stark's Park, with Cowdenbeath v Forfar Athletic also called off.
And in the bottom tier, Berwick Rangers' clash against Queen's Park failed to survive the conditions.
- Inverness CT v Hearts
- Partick Thistle v Dundee United
- Raith Rovers v Queen of the South
- Cowdenbeath v Forfar Athletic
- Berwick Rangers v Queen's Park
- Stirling Albion v Montrose