Deeping Rangers have been badly hit by the weather in recent weeks so they will be hoping to complete 90 minutes on Saturday.
Rangers, who are due to host Wellingborough Town at the Haydon Witham Stadium, have played just six minutes of league football so far this month.
They beat Wivenoe 1-0 in the FA Vase on the opening day of November but have since seen two UCL games lost to the weather.
On Saturday they played for six minutes at Huntingdon Town before the referee deemed the pitch unplayable and they then saw Tuesday’s clash at Harrowby postponed.
If Deeping do beat the weather on Saturday they will be confident of also beating Wellingborough who lie 16th in the table.
Deeping have not played a home league match for almost two months but have won their last four matches in all competitions.
Meanwhile in Division One, Bourne Town travel to Rothwell Corinthians buoyed by victories in their last two matches.
Fifth-placed Rothwell will povide a stern test for Rafa Mazzarella’s side but the Wakes hope they have turned a corner following a difficult spell.
The addition of Spalding United’s Lewis McKue on dual registration and the return of Craig Rook, plus the elevation from the reserves of striker Harley Williams, have helped a side who have been badly hit by injuries this season.