Whatever the opposite of a rain-dance is, Feltham FC are doing it night and day.
The Blues have not played a home game in three months due to the weather and fear a backlog of games at the tail-end of the season.
The last game Feltham played at their temporary home, Bedfont FC's The Orchard, was a 2-2 draw with Warlingham on November 22.
And it a familiar tale on Saturday when the visit of South Park became their sixth successive home game to bite the dust.
Only away games have allowed Feltham to get three Combined Counties Division One games under their belts since Christmas.
But by the time, weather permitting, they take on Warlingham again on Saturday, Feltham will not have played in three weeks.
"We're desperate for a game," admitted chairman Brian Barry.
"Annoyingly, 70 per cent of the pitch was fine on Saturday, but one side was flooded and they couldn't put the markings down.
"We're supposed to have five games left, according to the fixture list, but we've got 14."
At least it's not yet as bad as Feltham's doomed spell ground-sharing a few years ago at Egham, a ground notorious for a flooding pitch.
"Back then we were playing four times a week to get our fixtures finished," added Barry. "Hopefully it won't come to that again."
Feltham are now being bossed by just Darren Lake after joint-manager Duncan Holden left the club. But Kenrick Dyer is taking some coaching and training to be his new assistant.
Meanwhile, Feltham this week received a letter of thanks from Great Ormand Street Hospital following a donation of just under £4,000.
The club raised more than £5,000 from a charity game against Bedfont Sunday last summer to help out two young cystic fibrosis sufferers.
And what was left over from what the two girls needed was donated to the hospital. * ANOTHER team to have suffered from postponements recently are Feltham's Combined Counties One rivals, CB Hounslow United.
But they showed no signs of rustiness on Saturday when they won 6-0 at league whipping boys Chobham.
Darren Putman gave them a ninth-minute lead before a three-minute brace from Anthony Bridgeman put CB 3-0 up with just 15 minutes gone.
Odin Phillips added a fourth before the break, before a Gary Franklin strike and a last-minute own-goal completed the rout after the interval.
But the weather intervened to scupper Hanworth Villa's Anagram Records Trophy tie at Takeley.
They will try again on Saturday, while CB have a tough assignment at league leaders Mole Valley SCR.