Fulham's home match with Blackburn Rovers has joined the long list of matches called off on Saturday due to the freezing weather.
Referee Rob Styles deemed a small area of the Craven Cottage pitch was unplayable and decided a postponement was the only option.
It means two of Saturday's scheduled Premier League matches are off after the postponement of Portsmouth v Manchester City due to a frozen pitch at Fratton Park following overnight temperatures of -7 degrees Celsius.
The third round of the FA Cup was badly affected last weekend and, with temperatures plummeting below -10C in the south this week, the picture was repeated seven days on.
Three matches in the Championship were also called off on Saturday - promotion-chasing Birmingham City's trip to Blackpool, Plymouth's meeting with Crystal Palace and Doncaster rovers v Bristol City.
Yeovil's trip to Bristol Rovers was another casualty this morning along with Walsall's match against Brighton, Oldham v Hartlepool and the League Two game between Accrington and Darlington.
Friday saw eight Football League matches postponed with the League One games at Swindon, Southend, Millwall and Peterborough and League Two contests at Dagenham and Redbridge, Bournemouth, Luton and Gillingham all frozen off.
In Scotland, Inverurie Locos' Scottish Cup tie against Motherwell also went on Friday.
Matches continued to fall with the League Two games between Grimsby and Morecambe, Shrewsbury and Chester, Chesterfield and Rochdale and Macclesfield and Port Vale the latest to be postponed, leaving only seven matches still on in Leagues One and Two.
Nigel Clough may have to wait for his first match in charge of Derby with a pitch inspection scheduled for noon ahead of their match with Cardiff at Ninian Park.
Brechin's meeting with St Mirren was another casualty in the Homecoming Scottish Cup.
It was later confirmed by Cardiff that the match with Derby had been called off.