By Toby Robinson
NANTWICH Town boss Steve Davis vowed the club will do all it can to make sure Friday night's huge clash against FC United goes ahead.
It's been a frustrating start to 2008 with a combination of the weather and pitch problems forcing nine postponements at the Weaver Stadium.
The Dabbers hope that run doesn't extend to double figures with a crowd of 1,500 expected for their Presidents Cup quarter-final meeting with the rogue Red Devils.
"We just can't seem to get a game on," explained Davis.
"The pitch hasn't helped but the weather has also been terrible.
"It's been frustrating.
"Water is still on the surface and we've got to wait until it improves.
"There's nothing else we can really do at the moment.
"But we've got to remain positive.
"We've got to try and get Friday's game on, for the revenue and we've got home advantage.
"We're doing everything we can and we've got people working around the clock to sort it out."
12:17pm Wednesday 6th February 2008