Aberdeen’s Scottish Premiership match against St Johnstone has been postponed after two of their players tested positive for Covid-19, with a further six self-isolating.

Aberdeen’s Scottish Premiership match away to St Johnstone has been postponed after two of the visitors’ players tested positive for Covid-19.
Six other players from the Pittodrie club have been forced to self-isolate after coming within “close proximity” in an Aberdeen pub on Saturday.
The game at McDiarmid Park was due to take place at 12:30 BST on Saturday.
It is the second weekend of fixtures after last season’s Premiership was halted because of the pandemic.
Initially, it had appeared that the game in Perth would go ahead despite Aberdeen being forced to cancel training on Thursday and facing the prospect of playing without eight squad members forced to self-isolate.
But Minister for public health and sport Joe Fitzpatrick had called a meeting with the Scottish FA and Scottish Professional Football League for Friday to discuss the situation after what a government statement called “a clear breach of the rules”.
More to follow.