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Arbroath v Hamilton Accies is OFF as club struggle with Covid tests

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Hamilton Accies' Championship match against Arbroath has been postponed, because the New Douglas Park club are awaiting the result of PCR tests for a "number of personnel".Accies requested that the game be postponed due to positive Covid cases and close contacts, saying they won't receive results, including PCR, in time for the game to be played.An SPFL spokesman said: "After reviewing the information provided by Hamilton Academical, their cinch Championship match away to Arbroath on Wednesday December 29 has been postponed.

A new date for the fixture will be announced in due course."Scott Struthers, the club's Covid officer, said: "I have been monitoring and managing the situation for the last day or two, and there are a number of

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