LIVERSEDGE’S fixture chaos worsened last night when their Toolstation Northern Counties East League fourth- round League Cup tie at Dronfield Town was postponed.

The Premier Division outfit’s trip was shelved as the pitch at their Division One hosts’ HE Barnes Stadium was waterlogged after the milder weather that followed the second blast of sub-zero temperatures and snow at the weekend.

Jonathan Rimmington’s men have at least 17 games remaining to complete their season, and it could be more if they beat Dronfield and continue their cup run.

Sedge have four games left this month and 11 scheduled for April, with new dates for last night’s cup tie and their league game against Bottesford Town still awaiting new dates.

Thackley are due to be back in action tonight after they, like Sedge, were frustrated by a postponement last Saturday. The Dennyboys are hoping to welcome Garforth Town in the Premier Division.

It will be a second attempt to get the fixture completed after the first date – Saturday March 3 – was frozen off. Dennyfield was snow and frost free at the weekend, which was even more annoying for the Dennyboys as their trip to Pickering Town was called off.

The fixtures are also mounting up for Thackley, and if tonight’s game gets the go ahead, which looks likely, it will be their first run-out this month.

Silsden are also hoping to be back on the pitch as they look to get the weekend’s away draw out of their systems.

The Cobbydalers created the lion’s share of the chances against mid-table FC Oswestry Town, but couldn’t break the home side down.

Danny Forrest’s men saw their lead at the top of Hallmark Security League Division One reduced to just four points after the goalless draw, and the boss will be urging his side get back to winning ways.

The Cobbydalers are on the road again as they head to 16th-placed Abbey Hulton United.