A number of Saturday's games have had to be postponed due to the cold snap sweeping the country.
Hull City faced a lengthy journey to Portsmouth this weekend, but their Championship clash at Fratton Park has been called off due to a frozen pitch.
Doncaster must also wait to complete their fixture with Reading, with the Keepmoat Stadium surface deemed to be unplayable.
League One leaders Charlton have also been handed an enforced weekend off, with their meeting with Rochdale having been postponed.
The third tier clash between Bournemouth and Exeter has been called off due to a frozen pitch at Dean Court.
The North West has also been hit by the cold weather with Preston North End's game at home to Brentford, Bury's meeting with Hartlepool United and Oldham Athletic's fixture with Leyton Orient also affected.
Promotion chasing Sheffield United will also not be in action after their trip to Colchester United was postponed, and Notts County's game at home to Stevenage is also off.
Scunthorpe did all they could to get their home date with Walsall on, but that fixture has also fallen foul of the freezing conditions.
Rotherham's League Two match with Torquay has also fallen victim to the weather after the pitch at Don Valley Stadium failed an inspection on Friday morning.
Gillingham's home clash against Hereford on Saturday has also been postponed due to a frozen pitch after parts of the Priestfield Stadium pitch were deemed unplayable
The meeting between Morecambe and Dagenham & Redbridge at the Globe Arena has also fallen by the wayside following a Friday pitch inspection, along with Cheltenham Town's game with AFC Wimbledon.
Shrewsbury Town's game at home to Port Vale, which was scheduled to be a lunchtime kick-off on Saturday, is another fixture to have been postponed, along with Aldershot's clash with Bristol Rovers.
Crewe Alexandra's game at home to Accrington Stanley and Barnet's trip to Oxford United have also been called off, while Northampton and Macclesfield will have to reschedule.
Swindon have been forced to abandon their plans to take on Burton Albion and Bradford have cancelled their home date with Crawley.