THE MATCH: Billericay Town make the trip south tomorrow hoping Worthing’s artificial pitch beats the snow.

Town were frustrated last time out after their match against Wingate & Finchley on Tuesday was abandoned after just 18 minutes due to a frozen pitch.

With 18 matches still to play this season, Billericay will be desperate not to miss out again, although their clash at struggling Worthing is in some doubt.

The leaders are strong favourites against the team currently in 21st place, although Worthing are much improved.

They have only lost twice since Boxing Day - one of those against Billericay - and have now given themselves a fighting chance of survival.

THE INSIGHT: “We have not heard anything yet but we can just do what we normally do and go from there,” said head coach Harry Wheeler.

“We prepare as normal and we always assume the game is on. If it isn’t then we have not wasted our time but if it is on and we haven’t prepared we will come unstuck. We take nothing for granted.

“It should be a good game. They are playing well and we looked back on track for the first 20 minutes against Wingate. We have had a good break, which was good for us mentally, and we feel sharp.”

THE TEAM NEWS: Kevin Foley returns to the fold, with Billericay boasting a fully fit squad ahead of the clash.