BRIDGWATER Town will hope it is a case of third time lucky on Wednesday night, as they aim to finally play their FA Vase second round tie against Saltash United.

The game has been switched to Fairfax Park with a 7.45pm kick-off, giving Bridgwater home advantage in a tie which has already been called off twice.

Following the first postponement on November 2, the Robins made it to Cornwall last Wednesday just in time to see the referee call the game off after heavy afternoon rainfall.

They will now try again against a Saltash side who continued their free-scoring season by beating Launceston 8-2 in the Cornwall Senior Cup on Saturday.

Bridgwater, by contrast, were left kicking their heels once again at the weekend, after their Western League Premier Division clash at home to Cadbury Heath was postponed.

Town player-manager Dave Pearse said: “It was a very frustrating one on Saturday.

“The game was called off at quarter to one; by two o'clock the sun was out and the standing water on the pitch had gone.

“The ground staff weren’t given the chance to work on the pitch and it seemed a quick decision to call it off.

“We played on worse pitches last season and we will see a lot of games called off if pitches like Saturday’s are seen as unfit.

“The forecast for Wednesday isn’t great but we will hope for the best.

“Our lads are dying to play; they want to get back to getting on a run of games.

“The Vase postponements have halted our momentum a bit so the quicker we start playing again the better.”

The winners of Wednesday night’s game will travel to Bradford Town in the third round on November 30.