Brentford FC's match at Accrington Stanley tomorrow will be subject to a 12.30pm pitch inspection.
The fixture was originally due to be played in December but was called off then due to a frozen pitch.
Accrington's home game with Luton was called off on Saturday too.
But the Bees will be keen to get their game on, coming off the back of Saturday's 3-0 win over Chester City.
Charlie MacDonald bagged a first-half hat-trick for the Bees to take his season's tally to 15, while Nathan Elder returned from his four-game ban as a sub.
Bees boss Andy Scott said: "Jordan Rhodes got his hat-trick at Shrewsbury and now Charlie's got his - I'm delighted for them.
"Jordan has come from Ipswich where he is used to playing with Championship quality players, and I honestly think Charlie should be put in that category too, so it's no surprise that they link up so well.
"That's not to take away from what Nathan was doing at the start of the season because he brings a different aspect to our play, the physical side we're going to need for the last stretch of the season.
"We've now got three strikers capable of causing problems for any team, and I just hope we can keep them fit and playing."