Falkirk’s Scottish Cup tie with East Fife will take place tomorrow after the club’s Westfield ground passed a safety inspection this morning.
The stadium had been damaged by the storms that battered central Scotland on Tuesday.
A perimeter fence was blown down and several roof panels in the Main Stand came loose, prompting fears they could fall on to the seats below.
But the ground has been given the all clear and Saturday’s match can now take place.
Steven Pressley’s in-form Falkirk side face Division Two strugglers East Fife in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup, kick-off 3 p.m.