Daisy Hill will be hoping to beat the weather and host a double-header of North West Counties League First Division North games tomorrow and Monday.

Last Saturday’s postponed game against Steeton has been rescheduled for tomorrow, and Darwen are set to visit the Plumb Factory Stadium on Monday evening, with Daisy looking to end a seven-match winless run.

Manager Lee Hill is hoping the enforced break last weekend will prove to have been a benefit to his squad.

“I think a break was probably needed, and with no game last Saturday the squad had a gathering, and it was a chance for everyone to relax a bit,” said Hill.

“Now we are straight into a double-header of games, and that could be a blessing or a curse, we’ll know whether that is the case by the end of the game on Monday night.

“Training this week has been geared towards Saturday’s game, we’ve been planning initially to face Steeton as we tend to take one game at a time, although we have also had an eye on Monday’s game against Darwen as well.

“We have pretty much got a full squad to choose from, and that is probably the first time I’ve been able to say that for weeks.

“With Jamie Ramwell and Jack Iley both coming back to the club recently, too, I think we are blessed in the final third now, with a wealth of options.

“As a result, we’ve got some selection headaches. We have some real quality now, and a lot of players in that area who can really produce good moments in games.

“Now, it’s all about trying to get a bit of consistency in selection, and work with those individuals getting them to gel and trying to create a settled side.”