Wrexham manager Andy Davies will take his second game at the helm tomorrow at Bromley (3pm) and he isn't expecting an easy game.
Bromley qualified for the FA Trophy final in their second leg semi-final victory at Gateshead on Saturday. This was swiftly followed up with another trip to the north east to face Hartlepool United on Tuesday evening, a game they lost 2-1.
Speaking ahead of the match Davies said: "Between now and the end of the season the games will be tough and Bromley is no different. They'll still be thinking they have a chance of getting in to the play-offs.
"They have just qualified for the FA Trophy Final at Wembley so we'll need to be aware of that. They lost at Hartlepool on Tuesday so they'll be determined to bounce back at home. It is a big three points for both teams and we'll be doing all we can to make sure it's us that takes them."
Talking about the busy Easter weekend schedule Davies added: "It's a busy period with Boreham Wood to come at home on Easter Monday as well.
"For now our only focus is on Bromley. We've got seven games to go and have to take it one at a time."
Speaking about the preparation for the game he commented: "Training has gone well this week and we had a good session at Crystal Palace today. The players are really looking forward to the game."
We have sold out two coaches and will have plenty of London Reds to support us at Bromley. Andy was keen to hail their efforts: "The supporters are fantastic. They always come out in their numbers to support us home and away. I've said it before, they have a big part to play in how our season ends."