England Women's Six Nations game against Scotland at the Scotstoun Stadium on Sunday has been postponed due to extreme weather in Glasgow.
The game will now take place at Murrayfield on Monday behind closed doors.
Storm Ciara has resulted in the cancellation of several sports fixtures across the UK including Manchester City's Premier League game against West Ham.
BREAKING | Due to extreme weather today's match between Scotland Women & England Women at Scotstoun has been postponed.— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) February 9, 2020
Safety of travelling fans, players and venue staff was the priority. Discussions are underway around rescheduling the game. More details will follow. pic.twitter.com/IZhUivoX0t
"Scotland Women's Six Nations match against England Women will now be played at BT Murrayfield, Edinburgh on Monday Feb. 10 at 1.30pm," Scotland Rugby said in a statement.
"Both Scottish Rugby, RFU and Six Nations agreed to a short turn round for the fixture which was postponed from Scotstoun Stadium in Glasgow on Sunday lunchtime due to extreme weather conditions as a result of Storm Ciara.
"Weather conditions in Edinburgh on Monday will not be as severe as Glasgow but still forecast as challenging so the game will not be open to the public or have tickets on sale."
England won their opening game of the Six Nations, beating France 13-19, while Scotland lost to Ireland 18-14.