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Test event will allow fans for Ross County v Celtic but official date of allowing fans into all stadiums delayed for three weeks


By Will Clark

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The Scottish Government have announced it is delaying allowing spectators back into stadiums until Monday, October 5.

Ross County will still allow 300 fans into the stadium for Celtic game on Saturday. Picture: Will Clark
Ross County will still allow 300 fans into the stadium for Celtic game on Saturday. Picture: Will Clark

But the test event between Ross County and Celtic on Saturday will still allow 300 fans into the Global Energy Stadium.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed proposals to allow fans back into stadiums from Monday has been postponed due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases in Scotland.

It means Ross County will not be allowed to give fans entry to their Premiership clash with Aberdeen on Saturday, September 26.

The Staggies may be allowed to admit fans for the League Cup clash with Arbroath on Tuesday, October 13 if the situation improves.

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