Scottish games rearranged
December 16, 1999
Tomorrow's Heineken Cup clash between Edinburgh Reivers and Northampton is set to be switched to Murrayfield.
The game is scheduled to take place at the Myreside ground in Edinburgh but the recent bad weather has left the pitch in a poor state and a 9am inspection tomorrow morning will determine if the game can go ahead.
With further bad weather forecast over the next 24 hours, it seems certain that the Reivers will use the undersoil heating at Scotland's national stadium to ensure the game goes ahead as planned.
BT Scotland Premiership One side Gala have also rearranged their postponed league fixtures for Sundays in the New Year.
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