Liversedge are gearing up for a manic month of March which will see them play eight Northern Counties East League Premier Division matches in just 28 days.
Postponements from December and January have been slotted into this month but after March is out of the way, Sedge will be just three games in April before the season ends on April 20.
Liversedge have not won in nine matches and while there is no cause for concern regarding relegation, they will be determined to end that run away to fellow mid-table side Long Eaton tomorrow (3pm).
On Tuesday, Sedge then welcome Premier Division title challengers Bridlington to Clayborn. Third-placed Brid are five points behind leaders Scarborough with two games in hand.