Motherwell's Scottish Premiership match with Inverness Caley Thistle has been postponed.
The game between the second and third place teams was due to be today's live game on Sky Sports 1 at 12.45.
But following a morning inspection by match official John Beaton, the Fir Park pitch has been declared unplayable.
"Motherwell Football Club would like to apologise for any inconvenience this postponement may cause," a statement from Motherwell read.
"No date has, as yet, been confirmed for the rearranged fixture."
Portsmouth's Sky Bet League Two match against Accrington Stanley on Saturday has also been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Fratton Park.
The English Conference Premier game between Woking and Hereford has been called off for the same reason.
Charlton's third round match with Oxford was the first to fall foul of the weather on Friday, with the decision to call the game off brought forward after an 11am inspection on Saturday had initially been planned.
A new date has been set for Wednesday 8 January, with a 7:45pm kick-off.
Crawley's second-round clash with Bristol Rovers was also postponed on Friday afternoon.
Match referee Andy Davies inspected the pitch and decided the Broadfield Stadium pitch was waterlogged and unplayable.
The initial game between the two sides on 7 December had to be abandoned with the score at 0-0, also due to a waterlogged pitch.
The teams will try again on Wednesday, with Birmingham awaiting the winners of the tie in the third round.