Accrington Stanley's home match against Morecambe on Saturday was abandoned after 57 minutes due to a waterlogged pitch.
Last Saturday's game against Bury was postponed following a heavy downpour shortly before kick-off.
And although this weekend's match went ahead, referee James Adcock felt he had to halt play at the Store First Stadium after further rain during the first half.
The scoreline was 0-0 at the time but Morecambe were down to 10 men after Alex Kenyon was sent off on the stroke of half-time.
The derby rivals had put on a hard-fought first half, with Kal Naismith, George Bowerman and Piero Mingoia firing wide for Stanley.
Keeper Marcus Bettinelli denied Morecambe's Jack Redshaw while Kevin Ellison headed against the Reds' crossbar.
Stanley were handed a boost when Kenyon was shown a straight red for sliding in on Peter Murphy after the referee had already blown for a foul.
At half-time the referee came back out early to inspect the pitch and after a couple of passes got caught in standing water early in the second half, the match was called off, much to the disappointment of a crowd of 1,431.