WINSFORD return to the business of footballers on the pitch rather than them trooping off it when Nelson visit the Barton Stadium on Saturday.
Manager Dave Twite is back in harness, but events on the Fylde Coast still dominated his thoughts.
Unlike his assistant Frank Rowland and chairman Mark Loveless, he is happy to return to Squires Gate to replay the League Cup tie.
That might be as early as next Wednesday, depending on the deliberations of the North West Counties League tonight.
Failing that, Winsford may try to stage their Mid Cheshire Senior Cup tie against Middlewich Town then. Twite said: 'I could not believe it when I was told what happened. It reflects badly but we are not a dirty side and it had not been a dirty game.
I think we should go back. Why not?'
Skipper Mark Quinn is available again after a spell in the States. WINSFORD welcome four former Everton stars to the Blues Social Club on Friday week - Jimmy Harris, Brian Harris, Derek Temple and Alan Whittle taking centre stage at a sportsman's dinner.
Tickets are £25 and can be booked on 558447 or 0797 468 1612.