|ESPNsoccernet: Euro 2008|
BELGRADE, Nov 18 (Reuters) - Serbia's Euro 2008 Group A qualifier against Kazakhstan has been postponed until November 24 due to unplayable conditions, the Serbian Football Association (FSS) said on its website on Sunday.'The match has been rescheduled after referee Luis Medina Cantalejo of Spain and UEFA delegate Peter Forusek of the Czech Republic deemed the conditions unplayable this morning because of a heavy snowfall,' the FSS said. 'Forusek and Medina, accompanied by representatives of Serbia and Kazakhstan, made the decision after measuring 15 centimetres of snow on the pitch and learning from the weather forecast the conditions would deteriorate.' It had been hoped to play the match at 1200 on Sunday after it was called off on Saturday but the game was delayed again following an early morning pitch inspection. Serbia need to beat group leaders Poland on Wednesday and Kazakhstan and hope Finland win in Portugal in order to qualify for next year's finals. Poland have already qualified with 27 points after their 2-0 home win over Belgium on Saturday. Portugal have 26 points, Finland are on 23 with Serbia on 20.