Rangers v Livingston rearranged for Sunday after being among four SPFL games off

Steven Gerrad on the pitch at Ibrox
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard on the Ibrox pitch on Saturday

Rangers v Livingston has been rearranged for Sunday at 15:00 GMT after the Scottish Premiership match was postponed on Saturday.

Livi had hoped to rearrange the game for Monday but said: "Ultimately, the decision was made by the SPFL."

Motherwell v St Mirren has also been called off with no new date announced.

Ayr United v Greenock Morton in the Championship and Brechin City v Annan Athletic in League Two were postponed on Saturday morning.

Hearts v Hamilton Academical and Ross County v St Johnstone in the Premiership and Arbroath v Queen of the South in the second tier go ahead, as do four games each in Leagues One and Two.

On Sunday, Premiership leaders Celtic travel to take on Aberdeen at 12:00 and Kilmarnock host Hibernian at 16:30.

Motherwell are scheduled to meet St Mirren at Fir Park in Tuesday's Scottish Cup replay and both Celtic and Rangers have Europa League fixtures on Thursday.

Both Rangers and Livingston say tickets issued for their fixture will be valid for use on Sunday.

SPFL postponements

Premiership

Motherwell P-P St Mirren

Rangers P-P Livingston - rearranged for Sunday, 16 February at 15:00

Championship

Ayr United P-P Greenock Morton

League Two

Brechin City P-P Annan Athletic

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