That's assuming nothing untoward happens between now and Winton's scheduled visit.
Fareham have had EIGHT of their 11 matches this season wiped out, six through washouts and two others postponed due to covid issues. After two wins and a loss, they lie fifth in the log with a healthy 16.67 points per match average.
Fareham & Crofton will join the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) celebrating Rainbow Laces alongside Stonewall this weekend.
It's the fourth year the game has come together to celebrate LGBTQ+ inclusion in cricket, and this year the activity will take in the Royal London One-Day Cup and The Hundred - with The Hundred matches live on Sky Sports and the BBC.
ECB Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said: "I'm proud to see our game standing squarely behind inclusion. We're driven by our desire to open up the game to as many people as possible. We want cricket to be a game for everyone and we want the LGBTQ+ community to both feel welcome and able to be themselves in our sport.
"The rainbow laces (which all Fareham teams will wear tomorrow) and the rainbow stumps are a powerful symbol of support, and it's good to see the players and the wider game reaffirming our desire to be a sport that everyone feels they can be involved in."