Hampton & Richmond Borough are confident Saturday's home against Lewes will take place following this week's power failure at Beveree.
The problem, which effected the whole ground but none of the surrounding area, caused the postponment of last night's home game against AFC Hornchurch.
However, following phone calls from club chairman Steve McPherson, engineers from power suppliers EDF will be working around the clock to ensure the Lewes game does not bite the dust too.
McPherson said: “We hope it will be fine for Saturday, I don't see any issue. The engineers will be there Wednesday and Thursday putting a new meter in. I've been speaking with EDF all week, and originally they said they couldn't come out before Christmas, but I got onto their director.
“It was circumstances beyond their control, and not something they could ust send someone around to fix. It has been a frustrating, but the league have been very understanding.”
Hampton will be praying the power comes back on so they can build on the momentum of last Saturday's fine 3-0 win at Lowestoft, in which Charlie Moone's brace took his tally for the season to 21, while Dan Thompson netted the other.
McPherson also revealed his club hope to have a new striker in place by the weekend to take some of the pressure off Moone, adding: “There are two or three we are talking to at the moment, and we hope to have one signed up by Saturday.”