Published: 16:12, 13 November 2020
| Updated: 16:19, 13 November 2020
Dover Athletic's trip to Wealdstone in the National League on Saturday has been postponed.
Whites posted a tweet this morning saying that their "management, backroom staff and players" were all being tested for Covid at Crabble,
A second notice followed from Dover at 4pm on Friday afternoon, with the game postponed while those test results are still being turned around.
It is one of a number of games postponed across the three National League divisions.
With Dover's game off, there are four matches postponed in the National League this weekend. Also off are Dagenham v Stockport, Solihull Moors v FC Halifax and Weymouth v Wrexham.
In National League North, Chester v Guiseley and Kidderminster v York have been postponed.
The game between Concord and Bath has also been postponed this weekend in National League South.
Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler had been looking forward to the trip to Wealdstone, who sit second in the table after five straight wins.
“Wealdstone have been excellent so far,” said Hessenthaler. “They’ve kept that momentum going from promotion last season.
“They’ve got some good, experienced non-league players which is what you need along with some younger ones.
“It’s going to be another tough game for us but we’ve got to make sure we go there and come away with something.”