HIGHBURY resume their campaign in the Safa Eastern Cape Second Division soccer league against Cloud Nine in King William's Town tomorrow (3pm).
The Port Elizabeth side went into the Christmas break on a disappointing performance when they were beaten 3-1 by arch-rivals Bay Stars. Highbury are third from the bottom of the log with two points from eight games.
Coach Garth Dickinson said the team only had a short break because they wanted to start their league preparations as early as possible.
"We've been working very hard and we've done our best to reshuffle the team to get better results," he said.
The top priority for the team was to be consistent, and to this end they would play defensively this weekend.
"We hope the boys will perform at their best against Cloud Nine because the atmosphere is very good in the camp."
Meanwhile, Bay Stars' home clash against Kokstad Liverpool at the Gelvandale Stadium has been postponed.
Gelvandale Stadium is one of the training venues for Africa Cup of Nations teams based in Port Elizabeth.
Along with Gelvandale, Zwide Stadium, NMMU Stadium and Westbourne Oval are closed for league games while Afcon matches are being played in PE.
Zwide Stadium will host the Democratic Republic of Congo, while NMMU Stadium will be used by Ghana. Niger will train at the Gelvandale Stadium and Mali will use Westbourne Oval.