Dundee currently have no concerns about the likelihood of their match against Rangers being postponed for a second time due to the state of the Dens Park pitch, with the surface understood to have held up well after the game against Motherwell at the weekend.

The pitch was subject to two inspections on Saturday prior to the game against the Steelmen, with referee David Dickinson finally giving the fixture the go-ahead after 1pm.

Motherwell were unhappy with the call, and their manager Stuart Kettlewell voiced serious concerns about the safety of his players with large areas of the field covered in sand.

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The Fir Park club lodged an official complaint with the SPFL over the decision to play the match, but their players came through unscathed and they eventually turned a two goal deficit around in thrilling fashion to emerge as 3-2 victors.

A statement released by Motherwell on Saturday read: "Our match against Dundee will take place at 3pm this afternoon. We are deeply concerned for the welfare of all players ahead of this match due to concerns about the pitch."

Rangers are due to play their rearranged match against Dundee at Dens Park on Wednesday evening, after the game was postponed last month just two hours before it was due to kick off.

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The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for rain in the city on Tuesday, and there is a 90 percent chance of rainfall on the day of the game, but Herald Sport understands that Dundee will continue to work on the pitch as normal over the course of the next two days, and that they currently hold no concerns about the match potentially being postponed for a second time.