ELGIN City must play seven games in 21 days following the postponement of their latest fixture.
City's home clash with Stirling Albion on Tuesday night was called off 24 hours earlier due to a waterlogged pitch.
The fixture has now been rearranged for March 20, giving Elgin three consecutive midweek matches in what is shaping up to be a busy March for the Black and Whites.
City's next scheduled game is on Saturday at home to Berwick Rangers.
Next Tuesday (March 13) they visit Clyde in a rearranged league match and make the trip to Cowdenbeath the following Saturday.
The rearranged Stirling midweek game breaks up a run of away matches for City as they travel to Stenhousemuir on March 24, then make the daunting Tuesday night trek to Berwick on the 27th.
Completing the run of seven games inside three weeks, Elgin play a second home game against Stirling on March 31.
To complete their season, City's four Saturday games in April are at Annan, back-to-back home games against Edinburgh City and Peterhead, with a trip to current leaders Montrose for the final regulation fixture on the 28th.