Bradford City's away clash with Coventry City has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
A local match official had no option but to postpone the match, after heavy rain overnight left the pitch at the Sixfields Stadium in an unplayable state.
It's believed the problem was made worse after heavy winds pulled some of the pegged-down rain covers off the pitch, allowing more rain water to seep in.
The match will now be rearranged, although no new date has been decided yet.
The next fixture for the Bantams will be their home tie against Port Vale on Tuesday night (18 February).
Bradford City manager Phil Parkinson spoke to The Pulse before the game was called off, you can listen to the interview by clicking below: