Bedfont Sports won't find out until at least the end of the month whether or not they will lose three vital points in their chase for Combined Counties League football.
A disciplinary hearing against Middlesex County Premier League rivals Park Place won't be heard for a few weeks.
The Tottenham-based side have been suspended by the Middlesex County FA since a referee was attacked at one of their games last month.
The fact that it happened the same weekend that Brentford-based park footballer Steve Ritchie was senselessly killed after a Sunday league game did not help Park View's case.
If they are kicked out of the league, Bedfont Sports, along with Bethnal Green United, will suffer most.
Both teams, who are in a tight promotion-chasing pack, have beaten Park View's this season, but will lose three points each if View's record is expunged.
Currently, just one point separates four teams at the top of the league - Bedfont, Bethnal Green, Park View and leaders Hayes United.
Having upgraded their ground to Combined Counties League status, Bedfont, who sit fourth, can be promoted if they finish in the top two.
They did themselves no favours on Saturday when they were held 1-1 by Broadfields United.
Neville Barrett smashed home his 11th league goal of the season to give Bedfont the lead from a Kenrick Harriott cross.
Barrett should have doubled the lead before the break, but missed a one-on-one, and instead the visitors went up the other end and equalised.
Jeff Lovell hit the bar late on as Bedfont pressed for a winner.
Meanwhile, the Reserves showed real fighting spirit to grab a 4-4 draw at Battersea Ironside Reserves - a team who had put eight goals past them earlier in the season.
Bedfont fought back from 2-0 down to 2-2 through a Josh Lovegrove penalty and Matty Reed strike just 10 seconds into the second-half, then led through Jason Butler.
Two Battersea goals put them behind again, but again Bedfont fought back and grabbed a point at the death through Paul Baldry.
* NOT MANY other Middlesex County League games survived the weekend weather, but CB Hounslow United Social lost 2-0 at Hillingdon Abbots Seniors in Division One,while their A team held Junior All Stars 2-2 in Division Two.
In the Senior Reserve Division, Feltham Reserves went down 2-1 at Hayes Gate Reserves.
The only game to take place in the area's Sunday leagues saw Wayfarers & Laleham Park win 5-4 at Meadhurst in West Middlesex Division One.