New Year's Day postponements

Yeovil v Watford led the list of matches in the Sky Bet Football League postponed because of the bad weather.

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Northampton's Sixfields pitch failed an inspection

Northampton's Sixfields pitch failed an inspection

Yeovil v Watford led the list of matches in the Sky Bet Football League postponed because of the bad weather.

The Sky Bet Championship clash between Yeovil and Watford on New Year's Day was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

Stevenage v Gillingham and Swindon v Crawley joined Leyton Orient v Bristol City, which was called off on New Year's Eve due to structural damage to the stadium, as the contests off in League 1.

The games at Bristol Rovers, Exeter, Newport and Northampton were postponed in League 2 and the Skrill Premier saw a host of matches bite the dust.

New Year's Day games off:

Championship

Yeovil v Watford

League 1

Leyton Orient v Bristol City
Stevenage v Gillingham
Swindon v Crawley

League 2

Bristol Rovers v Cheltenham
Exeter v Wycombe
Newport v Oxford
Northampton v Chesterfield

Skrill Premier

Aldershot v Forest Green
Braintree v Cambridge
Chester v Southport
Hereford v Kidderminster
Nuneaton v Tamworth
Salisbury v Woking
Welling v Dartford


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