Fort William manager Calum MacLean does not want his side punished with more fixture reversals.
The Lochaber outfit had to play their last league game against Lossiemouth at Grant Park, after discussions with the Highland League over the surface at Claggan Park.
Fort have 14 games left to play, with seven coming this month. They have played nine games fewer than Lossie, the team three points above them at the bottom of the table.
With Strathspey Thistle due to visit Claggan Park tonight, weather permitting, MacLean hopes his side are not “punished” further for their geographical disadvantages.
He said: “We have to get finished for some time in April. I don’t know if we’ll have to go away to get them played, but I don’t think that would be very fair.
“Having to play away to Lossie was not something I agreed with. We want games played too, but we’re in the wettest part of the country and there’s nothing we can do about it.
“We shouldn’t be punished for that and giving up home advantage against Lossie was a real sore one.
“This is the worst I can remember the weather being, but the park is looking good. I don’t mind playing Wednesday-Saturday every week as we can hopefully build a bit of momentum.”
Fort have a near full-strength squad available, with only Lewis Hyde unavailable.
Strathspey have only played two games more than Fort William, with their last two games against Wick Academy and Deveronvale also called off.