By Jack Towers
The fixture against Mossley was originally called off 15 minutes before kick off by the match officials, but after Saturday's win against Brighouse the Blues will be in high spirits going into it.
Clitheroe again have a fully fit squad to choose from after reigniting their playoff hopes and another win would really put the pressure back on.
It had been while out of League action since the cup win but Ian Johnson believes they've "blown the cobwebs off".
"I think Saturday against Brighouse should have blown the cobwebs off us and hopefully tomorrow we can get back to playing well and win."
"It's another chance for us to pick up three points and keep ourselves well in the mix for a playoff place."
Saturday also saw a first goal for Jack Egan after extending his stay at the club and he says it's come at "an important time".
"The first goal at for me at Clitheroe came at an important time for me and the lads, it was a nice feeling, helping me boost my confidence and set me on the right path for the following games."
Mossley have only won 2 out of 10 games in 2018 and currently sit in 15th, whereas Clitheroe could move up one spot to 7th if they grab all 3 points.
Updated 20:59 - 12 Mar 2018 by Michael Barker