The Waterford Premier League returns this evening with Bohemians hosting Carrick United.
Wednesday night's game with Villa and Tramore never went ahead, leaving the table as it was last weekend.
Boh's will be hoping to claim just their second win of the campaign to lift themselves from fourth last in the standings.
While Carrick are looking to add to their single point on the board so far. They are yet to win a game in the campaign.
Kick-off at Poleberry is at 7 o'clock.
On Saturday, Ferrybank are back in Cup action when they take on Ballymun United in the FAI Junior Cup.
In the opening three rounds, Ferrybank beat St Pauls, Ballinroad and Bohs (3-1, 2-1 & 2-0) to secure their place in the competition outside the county.
They kick off at 2 o'clock in Dublin.
Then on Sunday, Villa are back in the Munster Junior Cup. They take on Cork Helio International from the Cork business league with kick-off on Sunday at 2 pm.
Conor Coad's side had a bye in the opening round but went on to beat Tramore 3-1 and then Piltown 6-1 to secure their place in this weekend's game.
Elsewhere, three Bohemians girl's soccer teams are being honored with a Mayorial Reception today at City Hall.
The Boh's girls U16's won the SFAI Cup, the U17's claimed the FAI Cup and the U19's secured the Munster Cup.
All three teams also completed the league and cup double in the county.