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Cowdenbeath pitch inspection

Cowdenbeath have planned a pitch inspection for Tuesday afternoon ahead of their rearranged William Hill Scottish Cup clash against St Johnstone.

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Pitch inspection: Game in doubt

Pitch inspection: Game in doubt

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The match was due to be played on Monday, but was postponed for the third time because of a frozen pitch and rescheduled for Wednesday night.

But there is already doubt about the latest date with a 2.30pm pitch inspection pencilled in at Central Park on Tuesday.

Dumbarton's home tie against Hamilton was also postponed with another pitch inspection planned for Tuesday ahead of a rearranged date on Wednesday.

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