With so many games being called off in recent weeks the games are coming thick and fast with another four games across the Southern and Wessex Leagues tonight.
Poole Town have an early pitch inspection (11am) as they prepare to host Plymouth Parkway in the Southern League Premier.
Plymouth currently sit 19th and have not won a game in seven matches. Tom Killick’s side will be looking to continue their own impressive form and make it seven wins on the bounce in all competitions.
After Saturday’s game against Hanwell was called off it will be the Dolphins first game since booking their place in the Dorset Cup final a week ago.
A win will help to consolidate the club’s position in the playoffs and help to close the gap on the top three of Chesham, Truro and Western-super-mere.
In the Wessex League there are three games across the two divisions. In the Premier sections Portland United continue life under interim boss Mark Carter and will look to build on their 1-0 win over Moneyfields from the weekend.
A win will bring United closer to the mid table pack and pull them further from the bottom of the league, although, due to an inferior goal difference they won’t be able to move up the table and will remain 15th no matter what the result is against Brockenhurst.
Into the First Division, and Hamworthy Recreation can move up to sixth place, just outside the playoffs, with victory over Southampton-based Millbrook. However, Millbrook will be able to climb into the top half should they claim victory themselves.
The Rec are unbeaten in five with four wins whilst Millbrook have been somewhat inconsistent in recent weeks having won three and lost two in their last five.
Finally Ringwood Town take on Romsey Town, and Ringwood will be hoping Millbrook drop points as they try and move up the table themselves.
Ringwood could jump up to tenth should Millbrook lose and Richard Morse’s side win by four clear goals.
Back-to-back draws means Ringwood have started the new year unbeaten and after their impressive 2-2 against league leaders Andover New Street on Saturday, they will be filled with a renewed confidence.
Romsey on the other hand have lost their last three games, conceding nine and scoring just once.