Rangers v Livingston has been postponed due to the weather conditions, with Motherwell v St Mirren also called off as Storm Dennis hits Scotland

With winds of up to 70mph and up to a month’s rainfall forecast for Saturday more games were expected to follow.

Prior to the match Rangers manager Steven Gerrard was spotted testing out the Ibrox pitch. Rangers have said a new date for the fixture will be announced in due course.

The club wrote on social media: "Following a pitch inspection at 12:30pm the match referee took the decision that the match could not go ahead.

"The club will let supporters know as soon as possible details of a new date and kick off time."

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HeraldScotland:

A number of fixtures in Scotland have been affected with the arrival of Storm Dennis, with Ayr v Morton called off at Somerset Park.

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Brechin v Annan has also been postponed as a result of the weather.

A weather warning has been in place since 7am on Saturday and are expected to last until 8pm as rain and strong winds hit Glasgow.