The Chevrons will be keen to get the game on to avoid a backlog of league fixtures getting any worse. The same is true for Bay Athletic and Field, who are making a fourth go at getting their last-eight tie on.
In the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division, Salts host leaders Ovenden West Riding looking for revenge following a 1-0 defeat to them in the League Cup last month.
Victory for Campion could see them leapfrog their third-placed visitors Littletown, while Tyersal, who are still not clear of relegation, will be looking to take all three points at home to Storthes Hall.
Division One title favourites Hunsworth entertain relegation-threatened Salts Reserves and second-placed Ventus Yeadon Celtic welcome Steeton Reserves.
Wibsey, who after winning four of their last six games have climbed up into fifth place, host Bay Athletic Reserves, whose last game in any competition was at the beginning of December.
If Westwood Park is not fit, the 3G pitch at Thornton Grammar School is a possibility.