BAD weather his hit one of the Danske Bank Irish Premier League matches to be played on Tuesday night.
The match between Lisburn Distillery and Portadown has been postponed yet again.
Following a mid-afternoon pitch inspection at New Grosvenor, it was decided the match could not go ahead because of a frozen playing surface.
It is the second time the fixture has had to be called off as it was originally scheduled for 22 December.
The the game was cancelled as the pitch was waterlogged.
Officials will not try to play the match again on Tuesday, January 29.
A number of players are missing tonights games through suspensions.
Donegal Celtic are without Eamon Hughes and Mark Burns when they take on league leaders Cliftonville at Suffolk Road.
Cliftonville, who are six points ahead of Crusaders going into tonight’s game, are without Ryan Catney who is also banned.
Ballinamallard Utd, who are away to Coleraine, are without David Kee and Mark Stalford.
Glenavon are without Eddie McCallion for their trip to Dungannon Swifts.
Glentoran are missing Gavin Taggart and Stephen McAlorum when they take on Glentoran at the Oval who are without Gavin Taggart.
There are four other Premiership games arranged for Tuesday night.
Danske Bank Premiership – Tuesday, January 15. (Kick offs are 7.45pm or otherwise stated).
Coleraine v Ballinamallard United (8pm)
Donegal Celtic v Cliftonville
Dungannon Swifts v Glenavon
Glentoran v Ballymena United
Lisburn Distillery v Portdown (match postponed).