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Will the freeze curtail another weekend of football?

There will be an 11:00am pitch inspection tomorrow morning at Notcutts Park, prior to the visit Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division visit of Norwich United in the Thurlow Nunn Premier League, and a 10.00am inspection at Walsham ahead of the Reserve League fixture.

with either freezing temperatures or pouring rain devastating the fixtures of late, Woodbridge will be hopefull of the game going ahead and also in picking up three points against their mid table opponents.

Elsewhere top plays bottom in the Premier Division as leaders Thetford go to the New Croft to face struggling Haverhill Rovers who have only managed one win all season.

Harleston are 11 points back in second and face a tough game at a Mildenhall who have won their last five games at home.

Ipswich Wanderers are the best-placed Suffolk club as they sit a point behind Walsham in third. Wanderers welcome Walsham to Humber Doucy Lane.

Hadleigh are a point further back as they host Mulbarton

Lakenheath will be looking to bounce back from last week's 4-0 home defeat by Newmarket as they play host to Fakenham.

Lower down the table Brantham have a chance to end their 14 game run without a win as they go to an Ely outfit who are on a poor run of form having shipped 13 goals in their last two games.

Long Melford host a Whitton side who have continued to suffer heavy defeats in recent weeks and show little sign of getting out of the bottom two positions while improving Kirkley and Pakefield entertain Sheringham.

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