And then on Monday evening the Under 21s face Pagham in the semi-final of the Under 21s Challenge Cup at the Unibet Arena.
The game at Loxwood is the first of three consecutive away games that Mark Shutt’s men embark upon as they enter the final stages of the season.
Loxwood are in eleventh place in the league with 43 points from 32 games and are free from any relegation concerns.
In the reverse fixture in December, Peacehaven ran out winners 3-1 in an entertaining game with goals from Jack Phillips, Cam Wiltshire (pen) and Josh Marshall.
In the previous five games, Loxwood have won two and lost three games. In their last game they had a brilliant 2-1 win away to high-flying Horsham YMCA, but suffered a 5-0 reversal against Chichester City in their previous outing.
Peacehaven are currently going well and are in seventh place with 59 points from 34 games and in their previous five games have won four and drawn one.
Saturday’s game kicks-off at 3pm. If you’re planning to go to the game, here’s what you need to know: Loxwood FC, The Recreation Ground, Plaistow Road, Loxwood, West Sussex, RH14 0SX.
Directions: From the centre of Loxwood (adjacent to the shop and Post Office) travel south down the High Street, past the Onslow Arms and canal and continue up Vicarage Hill. At the top take the right turn opposite the pond signposted to Foxbridge Golf Course. The entrance to Loxwood FC and the Loxwood Sports Association car park is second on the left. Please park sensibly.
If the main car park is full, additional parking can be used back by the T-junction (near the pond) in the large lay-by.
Entry is £6 for adults, £5 for over 65s and under 18s get in for free.
Under 21s in semi-final clash
And then on Monday evening, Peacehaven & Telscombe Under 21s are in the semi-final of the Under 21s Challenge Cup where they face Pagham.
In their inaugural season Clive Blunt’s young guns have done brilliantly. So far they are in third place in the league with an outside chance of lifting the title.
Pagham meanwhile are in sixth place in their league, but they have only played eleven games and they are six games behind many of the teams in their league. They have only lost three times this season and will go into the game as favourites.
Because of the dreadful weather and subsequent postponements this year, the Under 21s league programme has been extended to the first week of May.
This game kicks-off at 7.30pm. Entry is £4 for adults, £2 for concessions and under 16s are free if accompanied by a paying adult. Please note the slightly different entry price arrangements for this game.
Updated 16:17 - 12 Apr 2018 by Pitchside View