EFL and National League games postponed again by frozen pitches

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AFC Wimbledon returned to their newly developed home on Plough Lane in November 2020

Eight of Tuesday’s English Football League and National League games have been postponed due to frozen pitches.

In League One, second-placed Sheffield Wednesday’s trip to Cheltenham Town was called off shortly before 13:00 GMT on Tuesday following a pitch inspection.

Burton v Peterborough is also off, along with League Two fixtures at AFC Wimbledon, Crawley Town and Swindon.

In the National League, the matches at Maidenhead, Solihull and Yeovil will not go ahead as scheduled.

No new dates have yet been arranged for the games to be played, with tickets to remain valid for the rescheduled time.

Nine games in both League Two and the National League were postponed on Saturday, as well as three games in League One.

Seven of Tuesday’s League One games currently remain on, as do three in League Two and five in the National League.

Two of Tuesday’s planned National League games – Eastleigh v Barnet and Woking v Torquay – have been moved back 24 hours to Wednesday to try to ensure they go ahead.

Tuesday’s postponed games

League One

Burton Albion v Peterborough

Cheltenham Town v Sheffield Wednesday

League Two

AFC Wimbledon v Walsall

Crawley Town v Grimsby Town

Swindon Town v Stevenage

National League

Maidenhead United v Southend United

Solihull Moors v Notts County

Yeovil Town v Wealdstone

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