THE county's four junior football teams are all set for action in the third round of this year's Scottish Junior Cup tomorrow (Saturday).

However, freezing temperatures have put all four games at risk, with pitch inspections set to take place in the morning to determine their fate.

Musselburgh Athletic, finalists in 2011 and 2015, are due to head to Ayrshire to face Hurlford United, the 2014 winners.

However, Burgh tweeted this message to their fans this afternoon (Friday)...

Meanwhile, Dunbar United boss Geoff Jones told Courier Sport their match with Hermes in Aberdeen is "looking very unlikely."

Jones said: "We have agreed to a 3pm kick off under their lights to allow a later pitch inspection but feedback is not good with a cold night in prospect."

There is more encouraging news for Tranent Juniors and Haddington Athletic ahead of their meetings with Jeanfield Swifts and Vale of Clyde, respetively.

Robert McNeill, secretary at Tranent Juniors, confirmed to Courier Sport their match is currently scheduled to go ahead as planned. 

A tweet from the Hi Hi's official account said their Millfield ground is currently "playable", adding: "Very confident tomorrow's Scottish Junior Cup 3rd round tie with Vale Of Clyde will go ahead as scheduled."

If the two games in East Lothian do go ahead, they'll kick-off at 1.45pm.

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