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Ross County could welcome fans back for match against Aberdeen on September 26


By Will Clark

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Ross County along with other clubs in the Scottish Premiership are on course to welcome fans back to stadiums next month.

Ross County will be able to welcome fans against Aberdeen on September 26.
Ross County will be able to welcome fans against Aberdeen on September 26.

The Scottish Government gave the green light for a limited amount of supporters to return to matches from September 14.

But she warned it could be subject to change if the spread of coronavirus worsens by that date.

It means Ross County will be able to welcome back fans to the Global Energy Stadium on Saturday September 26 for their clash against Aberdeen.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon stressed regulations are subject to change.

She said: "We hope from September 14 sports stadia will be able to reopen although only with a limited number of spectators and with strict physical distancing in place.

"Some professional sports events might be arranged for spectators before then with a Scottish Government agreement to test the safety of any new arrangement."

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