Well after two successive postponements the signs aren't looking good for the weekend either. Extra wintery weather will be sweeping the nation from tomorrow, and although it won't be as bad this time in Nottingham, it could still be enugh to cause enough problems aruound the ground for a cancellation.
It's all getting rather frustrating as these weekend games will also eveentually become painfully awkward midweek games.
The Met Office on their website warn
Forecasters at the Met Office are predicting bitterly cold northerly winds later this week, with the risk of widespread icy conditions and heavy snow bringing the potential for travel disruption.
A band of rain, sleet and snow will push south across the country on Thursday followed by a marked drop in temperatures. As the rain and snow clears, it could leave roads very icy for morning and evening rush hours across the UK.
Met Office Chief Forecaster, Richard Young said: "Following the rain and snow on Thursday, skies are expected to clear rapidly with widespread ice likely to form quickly. This could lead to disruption to travel networks, potentially through the morning rush-hour in Scotland and Northern Ireland. England and Wales could then see widespread ice during the evening rush hour."
Luckily its a team from the south we are playing so it won't hinder their arrival hopefully and their fns making the trip. So I am hoping for a game we can finally play in. However, I really thought the Scunthorpe game would have been on too, but alas no.