KELTY Hearts will make Kirkcaldy their home on Saturday as their Scottish Cup tie against Stranraer has been re-arranged.

Kelty had been set to welcome The Blues on Saturday to New Central Park but a frozen pitch means a change of venue is in order.

Stark's Park, the home of Raith Rovers, will now stage the second round clash at the later kick-off time of 6pm, moved from 3pm.

Kelty Hearts confirmed the news on social media in the past few minutes, stating on Twitter: "With New Central Park frozen over we have moved tomorrow's Scottish Cup match with Stranraer to the home of RaithRovers, Stark's Park, 6pm kick-off.

"Thanks go to all parties for being flexible and to Raith Rovers for allowing us to use their facilities."

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