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Wealdstone have been in contact with us this afternoon, and they are confident that tomorrow evening's game will go ahead as planned.
All the surface water from the weekend's rainfall has gone, and with tomorrow's weather forecast set to be similar to today, they have no plans for a pitch inspection. Therefore the game will go head as planned at 7.45pm. Should the situation change, we will update the website and messageboard as normal.
The Stones currently lie 11th in the table, and have only played twice since we last met them a couple of weeks ago, losing 3-2 to AFC Hornchurch and drawing 3-3 at Kingstonian. Their home game against Margate on Saturday was postponed.
They have made one new signing in the shape of 27 year old midfielder Dean Smith from Weymouth, whilst leaving the club is loanee David King who has gone back to Milton Keynes Dons.
If the game a fortnight ago is anything to go by, it promises to be a really hard fought local derby, and Gary McCann will be hoping that his charges can pick up their first league win against Wealdstone since August 2005.