Edinburgh head coach Mike Blair admitted that they are in discussion over moving the 1872 Clash against Glasgow Warriors to be played on 2nd January.
The game is currently set to be hosted by the iconic BT Murrayfield Stadium but with the new Scottish government guidelines restricting live outdoor events to just 500 spectators meant there is a possibility that the fixture could be moved to DAM Health Stadium.
“It’s something we’re talking about,” he said.
“BT Murrayfield, we had 25,000-odd tickets sold for that. But now these discussions are ongoing. It’s something we’ll potentially look into.
“I’m not 100 percent sure of what’s been booked and what we can change. We’ll have discussion with our players and the coaches in terms of what potentially be done.
“The guys have really enjoyed playing at the DAM Health. It might not be something we can do due to admin or bookings or whatever but we’ll have some discussions about it.”
Meanwhile, Glasgow have already confirmed their fixture against Edinburgh at Scotstoun Stadium on 27th December will be played under the closed doors due to the latest restrictions due to concerns over rising cases of Omicron variant of Covid-19.