MATCHES OFF: Football League and Conference games fall foul of the weather
14:15 GMT, 29 December 2012
A number of Saturday's fixtures have been postponed due to waterlogged pitches but Manchester United's home clash with West Brom was given the go-ahead after a 1.15pm pitch inspection.
In the Championship, there was doubt over Alex McLeish's first game in charge at Nottingham Forest but the City Ground test against Crystal Palace was given the green light after a second inspection at lunchtime.
In League 1, Stevenage Borough's match with Notts County at Broadhall Way has been called off.
Colchester United's match with Swindon Town was postponed on Friday evening after match official Adam Crysell deemed the playing surface unfit.
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npower League 1
Stevenage v Notts County
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Aldershot v Torquay – Postponed due to waterlogged pitch – no new date
Gillingham v Northampton – Postponed due to waterlogged pitch – no new date
Cheltenham v Bristol Rovers – Postponed due to waterlogged pitch – no new date
Blue Square Bet Premier
Hereford v Newport County
Braintree Town v Woking
Mansfield v Grimsby
Nuneaton v Alfreton
Ross County v Hearts
In League 2, three matches – Aldershot v Torquay, Gillingham v Northampton and Cheltenham v Bristol Rovers – have been cancelled.
Macclesfield's FA Cup second round replay with Barrow is going ahead after a pitch inspection.
North of the border, the SPL encounter at Dingwall between Ross County and Hearts has been postponed.
In the Conference, the matches at Hereford United, Nuneaton, Braintree Town and Mansfield Town have also fallen victim to heavy overnight rain.
Stockport's match with Telford is going ahead after a 1pm pitch inspection.
The programme in the Conference North and South has also been badly affected.
In the North, the matches at FC Halifax Town, Guiseley, Histon, Vauxhall Motors and Worcester are OFF.
In the South, the games at Bath City, Eastleigh, Hayes and Sutton United are OFF.