AFC Emley and Brighouse Town will both make second attempts to play their FA Vase fourth-round ties this Saturday.
The village side host Suffolk’s Hadleigh United while Brighouse make the long trek to the Isle of Wight to play Newport.
The two Northern Counties East League clubs were due to play their knockout games on Saturday, but were hit by the big freeze which wiped out all 16 ties.
With Brighouse and Hadleigh both due to set off for overnight stays, decisions were taken on the matches on Friday morning.
Brighouse will repeat their plan to train at the new Football Association complex at Burton-upon-Trent before staying in Southampton.
There was no rest for Emley’s players on Saturday as manager Darren Hepworth (right) put them through their paces indoors.
“We had a good turn-out despite the weather and the lads are champing at the bit,” reported Hepworth.
“They worked really hard in training and are even offering to help clear the pitch to make sure that the game goes ahead this Saturday.”
Fifteen of the 16 ties have been rescheduled for Saturday, while Bemerton Heath Harlequins, from Salisbury, will host Southampton’s Blackfield tomorrow.
Emley’s Under 19s are also keeping a close check on the weather as their Pat Rice Trophy quarter-final at Ossett Albion is due to take place on Thursday (7.30).
The weekend’s local football was decimated, with matches postponed across all the leagues.