FC Halifax Town will take a break from league action with a trip to Harrow Borough in the FA Trophy fourth round on Tuesday night, 7.45pm kick-off.
The game has been called off three times due to the weather and the two sides will now meet tomorrow night, the winners will face a trip to Maidenhead United in the fifth round on the 11th February.
The Shaymen sit 17th in the Vanarama National League and last time out lost 1-0 away at 2nd placed Notts County thanks to Macauley Langstaff’s first half goal.
On the road in the league this season, Town have won 2, drawn 3 and lost 9 of the games so far and have struggled to find the net with just 9 scored and 20 conceded.
So far in the competition, Town have beaten local neighbours Guiseley on penalties to book their place in the fourth round.
This will be the first time Halifax have visited Harrow Borough. They ply their trade in the Southern League Premier Division South and are `19th in the table
Last time out they lost 3-0 at Hendon at the weekend and their last home game saw them lose 5-1 against Weston-Super-Mare.
They beat Swindon Supermarine in the last round of the Trophy 2-1, in the previous round they beat Concord Rangers 4-2 away from home, won 2-0 at home to Hayes and beat Corinthian Casuals on penalties
Referee: Gary Parsons
Assistants: Ryan Head / Karl Sear
Fourth Official: James Keane
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