The Hibs game against Morton at Cappielow Park this afternoon is ON following a pitch inspection which took place at 11am this morning.
Fans heading to Cappielow Park, will occupy the Wee Dublin end of the ground and should enter via turnstiles at East Hamilton Street.
This area of the ground comprises of uncovered bench seating. Due to the number of Hibernian supporters expected to attend there is no option to accommodate supporters in the Main Stand.
Entry to this match is by pre-purchased tickets, which remain on sale at Hibs Ticket Office or by cash entry turnstiles on the day of the fixture at Cappielow.
Car parking is available at the stadium at a cost of £3 per car, there is also free car parking available in the vicinity of the ground out with the restricted area. Supporters coaches will be parked under the direction of Police and Stewards in a car park just off Sinclair Street but due to restricted access coaches need to drive along East Hamilton Street to the roundabout at McDonalds and then head back East back along the dual carriageway to the traffic lights at Sinclair Street turning right at the traffic lights at Sinclair Street. At the end of the match supporters coaches will be pre-positioned in Sinclair Street to assist in departure from the ground.
At the present time there are no planned roadworks on the approach to Greenock or in the vicinity of the stadium, given the weather forecast driving conditions are likely to be poor so fans should allow extra time for your journey. Up to date traffic information is available on the Traffic Scotland website or follow on Twitter @trafficscotland.