FALMOUTH TOWN will be hoping to play their first match at Bickland Park for almost a month when they host Callington in a rearranged SWPL Premier Division fixture on Saturday.

With Torpoint playing in the FA Vase, Town faced being without a game for the third week running until Callington agreed to fulfil the fixture.

Town boss Andrew Westgarth said: "We've had a bit of a lay-off but it hasn't been too bad because we've had a few players with knocks and some others unavailable during that time. Hopefully we can get the game on and we'll have a full squad to choose from."

Among those who are fit again after suffering knocks are Glen Squires, Mike Vanes, Mark Hollands, Sam Reid and Ross Pope.

The two sides drew 2-2 in mid-September, when Squires and an own goal earned Town a point.

Falmouth have also been boosted by the return to the club of Dan Richardson, who has signed from Bodmin Town. Richardson has not played since March, but hopes to be available in the new year once he returns to full fitness.

Porthleven are at home for the third successive week when they entertain Liskeard (3pm). The Fishermen lost to a late goal to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday, but they also suffered injuries to Richard Kellow and Harry Badcock, who are both doubtful for this weekend. They will also be without defender Jon Row, who is unavailable.