Liversedge are gearing up for a manic spell which will see them play eight matches in just 29 days during the month of November.
Liversedge will play six Northern Counties East League Premier Division fixtures and are set to reach the halfway point in the season before the start of December.
In addition, Alan Colquhoun’s men face a West Riding County Cup second round tie at high flying Tadcaster Albion on Tuesday (7.45pm) and a League Cup third round clash at Division One promtoion chasers on November 18.
Liversedge begin the hectic period at home to Maltby Main tomorrow (3pm).
Main lie just one point and one place bellow Sedge, who are looking to improve on their indifferent form, which has seen them win two, lose one and draw one of their four league games in October.
It could have been even better for the Clayborners had Del Pollock not grabbed a last-minute equaliser for Glasshoughton Welfare on Tuesday, in a game which saw Liversedge guilty of missing numerous chances to kill off the game.
Tadcaster are riding high at the top of the Premier Division but Liversedge have nothing to lose as they bid to reach the West Riding County Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Sedge overcame higher ranked opponents Ossett Town in the last round in what was arguably their best performance of the season.
Sedge led 4-1 in the latter stages of that tie when a floodlight failure saw the game abandoned.
Despite County FA officials ordering the game to be replayed, Town insisted Liversedge progress to the next round in a terrific act of sportsmanship and Colquhoun will be hoping for a similar display from his side on Tuesday.