Hibernian’s Scottish Premiership matches at Ross County and Livingston postponed due to coronavirus outbreak | Football News

Hibernian’s Scottish Premiership matches against Ross County and Livingston have been postponed following a Covid-19 outbreak.

The Easter Road club had confirmed two positive cases hours before Saturday’s game against Ross County and due to a number of players being deemed close contacts Hibs were unable to field a team.

That fixture was rescheduled for Wednesday but has again been called off after more positive tests at the Edinburgh club.

The latest outbreak means Hibernian’s match at Livingston is also off.

Hibernian boss Jack Ross (SNS)
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Jack Ross’ Hibs will next be in action at Hampden Park for the League Cup semi-final on November 21

SPFL rules state teams must have 13 fit players including a goalkeeper for a match to take place and further to that, 10 of the players must be over 18-years old.

With the upcoming international break, it is likely Hibernian’s next game will be at Hampden Park in the League Cup semi-final against Rangers on November 21.

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