Brentford's League Two fixture at Accrington Stanley on Saturday may be switched to Griffin Park.
Bees chiefs are in talks with the Lancashire side, who reported a frozen pitch yesterday morning and have two more days of snow forecast.
One option being mooted yesterday was switching Brentford's home fixture with Accrington, scheduled for April next year, to Saturday, and playing the away game next year.
But Bees chief executive David Heath warned that there is a lot to sort out before any fixture switch is sealed, not least arranging policing and stewarding.
If the game goes ahead, whether in Brentford or Accrington, Bees boss Andy Scott will bring in an emergency loan keeper.
He was forced into the market following Ben Hamer's sending off at Barrow in the Bees' 2-1 FA Cup exit last Friday.
The keeper, along with defender Karleigh Osborne, will be suspended for Saturday's game.
And if it is not played, the bans will be carried over to the home game with Bradford next Saturday.
Regular reserve stopper Seb Brown has been sidelined for the past few weeks with a sciatic problem, which will keep him sidelined for the near future.
Youth team keeper Lloyd Anderson came of the bench at Barrow, but Scott feels the 18-year-old rookie is not ready to be thrown into the blood-and-thunder of a League Two clash from the start.
Simon Brown will not be recalled from his loan spell at Darlington. Brentford have until noon tomorrow to tie up any emergency loan deal and register it with the FA.
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