Liversedge travel to Heanor Town tomorrow as they embark on a hectic spell of matches which will see them play six Northern Counties East League Premier Division matches in 21 days.
Liversedge’s trip to Albion Sports on Wednesday became the latest victim of the weather when the referee declared the pitch frozen just before 6pm.
Sedge have not played a home game since recording a 2-0 win over Albion at Clayborn on January 3.
They travel to ninth-placed Heanor tomorrow and are away to Bridlington Town on February 14 before their next scheduled home game against Staveley on Tuesday February 17.
Four of Sedge’s six games this month are away from home.