Saturday's football programme could be decimated by the wet weather sweeping the region.
Histon have called a 9am pitch inspection tomorrow ahead of their scheduled Blue Square Bet North clash with Altrincham at the Glass World Stadium.
There will also be a 9am inspection at the Pro Edge Stadium, where Cambridge City are due to face Chippenham in the Evo-Stik League Southern, Premier Division, though the club remain optimistic if there is no further rain.
Soham will check their Julius Martin Lane playing surface at 9.30am to determine whether their match against Ryman League, Division One North leaders Maldon & Tiptree can go ahead.
In the Thurlow Nunn League, CRC's Premier Division trip to Wivenhoe and Cambridge University Press' match at Debenham in the First Division have both already been postponed.
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Gillingham's League 2 match against Northampton Town this Saturday has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
Heavy rain over the festive period has forced Gillingham's hand and with no improvement in the forecast, a decision was made on Friday to prevent Northampton from travelling.
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Alex McLeish's first scheduled game as Nottingham Forest manager may not go ahead due to wet conditions at the City Ground. The Scot was appointed as Reds boss on Thursday following the sacking of Sean O'Driscoll and prepared for tomorrow's visit of Crystal Palace by taking training this morning. However, heavy rain in the Midlands has put the fixture under threat, with a pitch inspection set for 9.30am on Saturday morning.
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