Filed: Monday, 13th February 2012
By: Staff Writer
West Ham United's cancelled trip to Peterborough has been re-scheduled for next month.
Saturday's fixture between the Posh and the Hammers was called off early on Saturday morning after the pitch was declared unfit for purpose, despite the best efforts of hundreds of volunteers who helped clear snow from the London Road playing surface.
It has now been confirmed that the re-scheduled fixture will take place on Tuesday, 27th March; kick off at 7:45pm.
Although it remains to be confirmed, those supporters who had purchased tickets for last weekend's cancelled fixture are likely to be able to obtain replacement tickets for the re-arranged fixture.
West Ham's March schedule - already busy even before the new fixture was added - will see Sam Allardyce's side take in no less than EIGHT games including three game in six days between Sunday 4th and Saturday 10th.
Full details of those may be seen below:
Revised March fixture schedule
Kick off 3pm unless otherwise stated
Sunday 4th: Cardiff City (a) 1pm
Wednesday 7th: Watford (h) 7:45pm
Saturday 10th: Doncaster (h)
Saturday 17th: Leeds United (a)
Tuesday 20th: Middlesbrough (h) 7:45pm
Saturday 24th: Burnley (a)
Tuesday 27th: Peterborough (a) 7:45pm
Saturday 31st: Reading (h)
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