Ross County could be compensated after their game against Hibs was affected by a late appeal.
The Premiership meeting was abandoned less than four hours before kick-off yesterday, with many Hibees already in Dingwall when it was announced.
This was after two members of Jack Ross’ squad tested positive for Covid and a request for a postponement of the Edinburgh club game was granted.
The Staggies had already paid for the hospitality and food for the booth, as well as other matchday costs.
And the Sunday Mail reports they could ask for a refund.
It is understood that eight Hibees are isolating themselves after the positive tests, although the county has not confirmed when the game will be replayed.
A statement from the club said: “We can confirm that we have received information from the SPFL that today’s game with Hibernian has been postponed due to a Covid outbreak within the Hibernian team.
“We are extremely disappointed with this situation and apologize to all home and away supporters and staff traveling to this match as a result of this decision, which is entirely due to circumstances beyond our control. . “
It is believed that a Hibs player and a member of the coaching staff returned positive tests last Monday, and this is expected to be communicated to the opposition at the usual pre-match operations meeting on a Thursday. .
The Easter Road club insisted they were following all protocols correctly before two other players tested positive on the morning of the match.
A club spokesperson said: “We followed all Covid protocols before this game and once we found out the positive tests.
“Once we learned of the tests, we contacted the FBCL and Ross County to discuss the postponement. Once the SPFL received our information, they agreed to postpone the match. “
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