After falling victim to the weather for the past two weekends Portishead Town will be back in action today (Saturday) when they are due to travel to Cadbury Heath in the Western League Division One. 

Posset last faced Cadbury Heath on the opening day of the season, back at the end of July, when Town came away with the three points following a 1-0 victory. 


Cadbury Heath, who were relegated from the Premier Division last season, have found life tough going in Division One, and currently sit 11th in the table but are sure to provide a stern test on their home ground. 


Following Radstock Town's 3-2 defeat at Wincanton Town on Saturday Town remain top of the table by two points and have now played a game fewer than their nearest rivals. 


And manager Kye Mountford said Portishead will be eager to go again on as they look to maintain their 17 league game unbeaten record.


“The lads are itching to get back playing,” he said.


“It’s tough to keep the lads ticking over but they’ve trained hard and we will be ready.


“It’s going to be a tough game they beat Brislington last time out so we are expecting a hard test.”


“It was the first game of the season and it was a good even game and we are expecting the same again.”


Captain Mitch Osmond, who has been out with a shoulder injury since the start of October, is fit again and will return to the squad. 


“It’s great to have Mitch back being my caption he gives us energy in the middle of the park and leadership he’s a big player for us,” Mountford added.


“He’s a good captain on and off the field, Portishead lad and the lads really like him it’s a perfect fit as why I chose him to take that role.”