City have already had four matches fall foul of the weather at Westwood Road this winter and should the rain continue to fall there is a strong chance another will be added to the list.
“I don’t think we’ll be playing on Wednesday,” said the Town boss.
“It’s very frustrating for us again. I can see us falling even further behind with our fixtures.
“We’re coming off the back of a winning a derby game against Redditch in front of 500 people and we just want to keep it going
“Now we haven’t played for 11 days, so we will be going into the Cambridge game rusty.”
If it does go ahead, then Adams will be without the services of skipper Gary Moran, defender Aaron Stringfellow and midfielder Jack Roberts.
Moran misses out due to work commitments, while Stringfellow starts the first of his two-ban game following his red card against Redditch United.
Town will also be without Roberts, whose loan spell at the DCS has now ended.
Adams is hopeful of renegotiating a new deal with parent club Telford, in time to face league leaders Poole Town on Saturday.