Isleworth residents have still had no relief from a burst water main which is continuing to cause traffic chaos in the area.
Thames Water has been thwarted in its attempts to fix the vital main in Whitton Dene because engineers are unable to cut off water to West Middlesex Hospital.
The Chronicle reported two weeks ago how the road's closure is creating major disruption when nearby Twickenham Stadium is used for big events.
And the Guinness Premiership Final rugby match there on Saturday was no exception, according to residents.
Neil Mackenzie, 40, who lives in nearby Kneller Gardens, which has been used as a diversion, said: "It was really bad. There were a couple of incidents with drivers stopping their cars and giving each other a lot of verbal.
"And cars were going up onto the pavement and driving 30ft at a time just to keep the traffic moving."
Mr Mackenzie said with the concert season approaching at the stadium there was unlikely to be a let up.
"We've still not been told anything, which is very frustrating," he added.
Thames Water said last month it was hoping to set a date when engineers would be able to get the job done in the middle of the night while water tankers would be on standby at the hospital just in case.
A spokesman said once the 33in pipe is fixed road repairs will begin, with work expected to go on until mid June.