FC Halifax Town are confident tonight's FA Trophy third round clash with Chester FC will go ahead (7.45pm)
The match was postponed on Saturday because of a waterlogged pitch at the Shay Stadium and originally rescheduled for Tuesday evening.
However, the clubs agreed to move it back a further 24 hours to Wednesday to give the surface more time to recover after rugby league side Halifax RLFC played there on Sunday.
That decision looks to have been the right one with Halifax announcing that no pitch inspection is planned.
The winners of tonight's tie will host National League rivals Gateshead in the quarter-finals later this month and collect £7,000 in prize money.
Leading scorer Ross Hannah, who was a doubt for the weekend, should feature despite a bruised toe while Chester will check on midfielders Ryan Lloyd (ribs) and Sam Hughes (illness).
James Alabi and Ryan Lloyd won't be involved as the pair are cup-tied so club captain Ian Sharps will return in central defence alongside Ben Heneghan while on-loan Rochdale forward Nyal Bell could come into the squad for the first time.
Should tonight's game finish in a draw, the replay will probably take place on Tuesday, February 16,meaning the Blues would have to reschedule the league visit to Altrincham, which was postponed on Boxing Day.