The weather could mean that Ian Craney, Kevin Long and Joe Jacobson may not be able to extend their loan spells at Accrington Stanley.
The postponements of the last three home games has cost the Reds around £50,000 and boss John Coleman admits this could affect his squad.
Craney, on loan from Fleetwood, and Jacobson, from Oldham, are on loan at the Crown Ground until Monday (January 3) while Burnley defender Long signed until January 11.
"It really depends on finances," said Coleman. "The club are probably not in too healthy a position at the moment due to the recent games being off so it’s a case of watch this space."
Stanley, who have dropped to 20th place in League Two after a Christmas of inactivity, are finally hoping to see some action in their big local derby at Morecambe tomorrow – the club Craney was on loan at last season.
The Shrimps are hopeful the game will go ahead at the new £12m Globe Arena with the Reds then praying that the home clash with leaders Chesterfield on Monday will get the green light.
The Reds, who have played once since the end of November and have one win in their last nine league games, are desperate to get on the pitch. "We can’t wait now and this is obviously a good one for the players and fans to come back to," said Coleman, a former Morecambe striker.
"I always love playing Morecambe, I am sure the players will enjoy their new stadium and they did smashing to get to the play-offs last season.
"I couldn’t believe it when people were talking about Sammy McIlroy’s position after a handful of games this season as they must have short memories as he has done a fantastic job there.
"They are a good side and obviously have players we know about like Paul Mullin and Kieran Charnock.
"But we are dead keen to play. Burnley broke their away duck this season over the weekend and we have to hope it’s our turn tomorrow."
Stanley haven’t lost to McIlroy’s side since September 2005 and have five wins against them in the last six League Two games. "We had a good record against Barnet and lost to them in our last game so I am not even thinking about that," said Coleman.
The Reds boss admits the last few weeks of training with games being off have been frustrating.
"It’s like Groundhog Day and you are trying to keep the players fresh.
"It’s tricky as, when I was a player, I wanted to play all the time.¿I was the one in the referee’s ear as there was nothing worse than psyching yourself up for a game and then it being off. I hated that.
"As a club, the financial side is important so you want the game on but, as a manager, it is a different hat. "Every point is vital in the league so you want to play in the best conditions possible to get those points."
Chesterfield are currently topping the league table as the Crown Ground look to host their first game since November 20.
Coleman continued: "We lost 5-2 at their place earlier on in the season but even the most hardened Chesterfield fans will say that score flattered them. We played well and if we can avoid giving away sloppy goals and finish the excellent chances we have been creating, then I am positive."
The Stanley boss’s only injury doubt is winger Chris Turner who is struggling with an ankle injury. "It’s a worry, to be honest," said Coleman. "It hasn’t settled down and he has kept coming back to training but it’s not right."
TOM Smyth has extended his loan spell at Workington but Craig Lindfield has returned from Kidderminster.