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Dundee vs Motherwell clash could be MOVED from Dens Park as postponement fears spark emergency SPFL talks

Dundee could be forced to play their home Scottish Premiership fixture against Motherwell on Saturday AWAY from Dens Park over fears a postponement would leave SPFL fixture schedulers with a pre-split headache.

The Dark Blues have had FOUR matches postponed due to the pitch being deemed unplayable this season, with the latest causing controversy after the match against Rangers was due to be beamed live on Sky Sports and was called off on the morning of the game. Dundee are due to play that rearranged match next Wednesday, April 10 but first up is the visit of the Steelmen on Saturday.

Tony Docherty then takes his side to Pittodrie for the final game before the split on April 13. And with such a tight schedule and Dundee right in the thick of the battle for a top six place, The Scottish Sun report that there are fears over the potential for Saturday's game being hit by the weather with torrential forecast for Friday.

The report states: “Dundee chiefs have been told to formulate a worst case scenario plan for Saturday should the weather defeat them once again,” adding: “City rivals Dundee United are away from home against Queens Park, St Johnstone visit Hibs and Arbroath are up in Inverness so there are three local alternatives potentially available. Another alternative could be to play at Hampden.”

Dundee released a statement, saying: "Dundee Football Club want to respond to media speculation regarding the club being forced to move Saturday’s match against Motherwell away from the Scot Foam Stadium. The club want to clarify the situation regarding this.

"As we all know there has been heavy rainfall in the Dundee area since the start of the week. The club have had a full grounds team along with consultants working on the