Hibernian’s Scottish Premier League match in Ross County has been postponed after two first-team players tested positive for Covid-19.
Hibbs said the two players who tested positive on Saturday morning had been in close contact with other members of the team that had traveled to Dingwall.
The Scottish Premier League club is unable to complete the match – scheduled for 3pm – due to a lack of available players and has had to request a postponement of the match.
A statement read: “This afternoon’s Premier League match between Ross County and Hibernian at Global Energy Stadium has been postponed.
“The Hibernian has asked the SPFL to postpone the match, given the positive Covid cases and close contacts, they do not have enough players available to get the match done.”
A club statement read: “Two first-team players tested positive in the last round of testing this morning. They have been in close contact with a number of other players on the squad who have traveled to Dingwall.
“We have taken all appropriate precautions including relocating the team on two coaches, but in line with SPFL regulations and directives, we have no other alternative but to postpone the match due to the number of players affected making us unable to form a team.”
An SPFL spokesperson added, “Following a review of the information provided by Hibernian, Saturday’s game between Ross County and Hibernian has been postponed and a further update will be provided in due course.”