Liversedge will be hoping for a break in the freezing weather, to allow tomorrow’s Northern Counties East League Premier Division clash at Parkgate to go ahead (kick of 3pm).
Sedge have not played since battling out a 1-1 draw against title chasing Bridlington 25 days ago as relentless freezing weather has hit the region.
The league season has already been extended to May 4 and Sedge still have nine matches to play, seven of which will come in what is sure to be a hectic April.
Liversedge are back in action on Tuesday when they entertain Staveley Miners Welfare (7.45pm).
Sedge currently lie 15th in the Premier Division but have the chance to pick up points against sides who also occupy mid-table places.