Arsenal loanee Harry Clarke is still waiting to play for Ross County against Hibernian, after their match was postponed twice.

Harry Clarke celebrating his goal for Ross County (Photo via Clarke on Twitter)
Harry Clarke celebrating his goal for Ross County (Photo via Clarke on Twitter)

Arsenal’s loan group didn’t have the best weekend, with Konstantinos Mavropanos missing Stuttgart’s match with injury, Hector Bellerin forced out of Real Betis’ clash with an illness, and a few others just failing to get any minutes.

Harry Clarke was among that list, through no fault of his own. Ross County’s match against Hibernian was postponed due to a Covid-19 outbreak within the Hibs team.

The club initially confirmed the rearranged fixture will take place on Wednesday night. But they’ve since postponed it again, with the outbreak ongoing.

It’s unfortunate for Ross County that the schedule disruption came now. The team had been on a terrible run of 10 league games without a win, but they finally put a victory on the board in style with a 5-0 thrashing of Dundee FC last time out.

It would have been much more beneficial for the side to have a break at some point during their run of defeats.

Clarke was in particularly good form going into the weekend, with two goals and two assists in his last three games at right-back. He’ll be desperate to get back out there and try to keep up that momentum.

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