HEARTS have secured permission to host Motherwell tomorrow despite police calling for Tynecastle’s safety certificate to be reviewed.

The £12 million structure was opened last month but Police Scotland identified a number of problems and wrote to City of Edinburgh Council urging swift action.

The Jambos were forced to delay their return to Tynecastle until November 19 after their summer redevelopment project ran over by more than two months. But they have allayed fears over another exile.

In a statement, they said: “Hearts can confirm that it was contacted by [the council] with regards to a letter sent to them by Police Scotland.

“The letter expressed some concerns regarding general security following a number of unrelated incidents at the first three games held at Tynecastle.

“Following a satisfactory outcome to a meeting held today at the stadium, attended by all parties, the club is looking forward to welcoming Motherwell to Tynecastle Park.”