By Nick Teale
Arsène Wenger is worried that a break from fixtures due to the snow could disrupt his side's momentum.
However the Arsenal manager accepts that while the Club did everything it could to play Wednesday night's game against Bolton, the postponement did allow players an extra few days to recover from injuries.
The Gunners host Everton at Emirates Stadium on Saturday and after seeing a number of the weekend's Premier League matches postponed, Wenger is keen to see his side's game against the Toffees go ahead.
Arsenal's last Premier League fixture was the 4-1 away victory over Portsmouth on December 30 and the Frenchman is concerned that a lack of fixtures could disrupt his team's rhythm.
"We don't want a break," said the manager. "We have a good momentum and we don't want to interrupt that.
"We tried everything to play [against Bolton] because the fixtures are a nightmare. To find reasonable dates in the season is very difficult.
"Hopefully we can play [against Everton] because it is very difficult to rearrange the games.
"But at the moment we have played many games and we have a short squad, so the midweek break was a little help to recover from some knocks and bruises."