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Dundee v Motherwell could be MOVED amid bad weather and fixture chaos fears

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Motherwell's clash with Dundee could be moved this weekend.It has been suggested Saturday's clash at Dens Park might be played at an alternative venue due to the heavy rain forecast over the coming days and the ongoing issues with the Dens Park surface.Dundee - who have had four games postponed already this season - are set to host Rangers on Wednesday in a match that was called off last month due to a waterlogged pitch.If either game is postponed, there would be no place in the calendar to slot a rescheduled fixture in before the finals game ahead of the Premiership split are played on April 13.With this in mind, it is understood contingency plans are being discussed.Next door neighbours Dundee United are away from home at the weekend, as are other near rivals St Johnstone and Arbroath so their grounds are being mooted as possible alternatives.The Dens Parks club have released a statement on the speculation this morning, but refused to rule out the possibility of the match being switched.A statement read: "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 pitch since the postponement of the Rangers match along with all the associated machinery and this will continue right up until Saturday."Rain covers will then be put down covering the whole pitch.

The club are doing absolutely everything in its power to get Saturday’s match on and is expecting Saturday’s match to go ahead as planned.

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