Wealdstone manager Dean Brennan is braced for a hectic two weeks of action with five games scheduled for his side.
The Stones, who still sit top of the National League South, start their busy schedule of fixtures at home to play-off hopefuls Dorking Wanderers on Saturday and also return to The Vale to face Chelmsford City on Tuesday.
But Brennan’s side will have been without a game for 11 days by the time of their clash with Dorking after their league match with Eastbourne Borough and Middlesex Senior Cup match with Brentford B were both postponed.
Wealdstone have won the last four in the league but Brennan says their 2-2 draw with their next opponents earlier this season shows how tough the game will be.
“We’ve had a couple of frustrating Saturdays. We have to go to Eastbourne midweek now which is more difficult,” he said.
“We have a massive two weeks coming up now with five games in 14 days but we just take it one game at a time.”