West Riding County Amateur League officials will be hoping the bad weather relents sufficiently to allow a full schedule of fixtures tomorrow.
The last couple of weeks have seen heavy rain severely reduce the number of matches played and the forecast remains suspect.
But Tyersal escaped the postponements last weekend to take a big step away from Premier Division relegation danger with a 5-1 home win over Halifax Irish and will be keen to continue their progress.
The Bradford side will be favourites to do so as they play at Arkwright Street again against basement side Hall Green United, who have yet to win a game.
Mid-table Salts, who lost 1-0 to leaders Ovenden West Riding at Natty Lane last Saturday, return to the same venue to take on third-bottom Halifax Irish.
Sixth-placed Campion, who are the only top-flight side yet to lose away from home in the league, face a tricky test to extend that record as they visit Kirkburton, who are second.
Steeton have twice seen their West Riding County FA Challenge Cup tie against Keighley opponents Oxenhope Recreation postponed in the last fortnight but will hope to get their home league clash with Huddersfield YMCA on.
The weather-delayed cup match has been rescheduled for next weekend.
Division One leaders Hunsworth can make it six successive league away wins as they visit Wibsey, while second-placed Ventus-Yeadon Celtic are at Bay Athletic Reserves.