Tuesday's FA Cup second round replay between Carlisle United and Gillingham has been postponed.
Carlisle announced on their official Twitter feed that a frozen pitch at Brunton Park had caused the tie to be called off.
The pitch had been covered since last Friday.
The clubs drew 1-1 in Kent 10 days ago, with the replay winners facing a third round clash at home to Sheffield Wednesday next month.
Also falling foul to the cold snap was Tuesday's second round replay between Crewe and Blackburn at Gresty Road which has been put back 24 hours.
The League Two club tweeted: "Due to adverse weather conditions, our @Rovers #EmiratesFACup replay will now take place tomorrow night. #CreweAlex v #Rovers, Weds 13 December, 7:45pm."
The third-round draw in full:
Ipswich Town v Sheffield United
Watford v Bristol City
Birmingham City v Burton Albion
Liverpool v Everton
Brighton & Hove Albion v Crystal Palace
Aston Villa v Woking or Peterborough United
Bournemouth v AFC Fylde or Wigan
Coventry City v Stoke City
Newport County v Leeds United
Bolton Wanderers v Huddersfield Town
Port Vale or Yeovil Town v Bradford City
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal
Brentford v Notts County
Queens Park Rangers v MK Dons
Manchester United v Derby County
Forest Green Rovers or Exeter City v West Bromwich Albion
Doncaster Rovers v Rochdale
Tottenham Hotspur v AFC Wimbledon
Middlesbrough v Sunderland
Fleetwood or Hereford v Leicester City
Blackburn Rovers or Crewe Alexandra v Hull City
Cardiff City v Mansfield Town
Manchester City v Burnley
Shrewsbury Town v West Ham United
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Swansea City
Stevenage v Reading
Newcastle United v Luton Town
Millwall v Barnsley
Fulham v Southampton
Wycombe Wanderers v Preston North End
Norwich City v Chelsea
Gillingham or Carlisle United v Sheffield Wednesday
Teams will be allowed to bring on a fourth substitute in extra time from the first round of the FA Cup this season, the Football Association has announced.
Last season, a fourth substitute was allowed from the quarter-final stage onward and the idea is part of a two-year trial approved by the game's law-making body, the International Football Association Board, in 2016.
Teams will still select a maximum of seven substitutes and be able to use three of them during normal time.
There are five first-round replays scheduled from Tuesday to Thursday this week, with £18,000 in prize money available to the winners. The second round will be played over the weekend of December 2-3.
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Laurent Koscielny will miss Arsenal's FA Cup final clash with Chelsea through suspension after the FA rejected Arsenal's an against the red card he received against Everton on Sunday.
The France international was shown a straight red card by referee Michael Oliver for a reckless tackle on Enner Valencia in the 14th minute at the Emirates Stadium, and will serve a three-match ban that carries over to the next Premier League campaign.
The Football Association has revealed there will be an "enhanced security operation" in place for Saturday's FA Cup final at Wembley following the Manchester bomb attack, and advised Chelsea and Arsenal supporters to arrive at the stadium well before kick-off.
Fan safety is of paramount important and we have robust security measures in place at Wembley Stadium.
In collaboration with the Metropolitan Police and the local authorities there will be an enhanced security operation for all upcoming events.
All supporters are encouraged to arrive for events at Wembley Stadium as early as possible for security checks and to avoid any delays in entering the stadium.
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Jose Mourinho has taken another swipe at Chelsea, admitting that he has been surprised by how much his former team have relied on defence and counter-attacks under Antonio Conte this season.
Chelsea will take on Mourinho's Manchester United at Stamford Bridge with a place in the FA Cup semi-finals at stake on Monday, and are chasing a double after building a 10-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
I'm not surprised [by Chelsea's success]. I'm surprised with the way they play.
I'm surprised because I thought they were demanding a different kind of football.
I think they are very good defensively and I think they have fantastic players to be a counter-attack team and to kill opponents with three or four players.