BRADFORD (Park Avenue)'s league trip to York City, in what was set to be the last ever game at Bootham Crescent, has been called off due to a frozen pitch.

Covers were left on the pitch overnight after lows of -1 before the game failed an 11am inspection today. The rescheduled date is unknown at the minute.

It means Bradford will have to wait until January 9 to kickoff their 2021 when they play Chester at Horsfall.

Meanwhile, the club have also confirmed full back Matty Downing's red card at Curzon Ashton has not been rescinded.

Avenue launched an appeal to the FA in an attempt to remove the three game ban.

But the disciplinary board felt that the "quality of the footage meant they couldn’t clearly see that there had been an obvious mistake by the match day referee."

Although the club are "desperately disappointed in the findings", they accept the final decision.