Wrexham manager Dean Keates has insisted that there are ‘no easy games’ when it comes to the National League ahead of our meeting with Guiseley tomorrow.
The Dragons – unbeaten in five matches – face a Guiseley side currently sitting in 23rd, the Lions have won just once so far this season but have drawn their last two games since the appointment of Paul Cox, following the departure of Adam Lockwood.
Speaking to the club website, Keates argued that no matter what the game looks like on paper, every match is a tough challenge.
“You look at Hartlepool they were only a couple of points above the relegation places going into Tuesday night’s game, so I don’t think there’s going to be an easy team in this division all season” said the gaffer.
“They had a decent result over in Barrow where they kept a clean sheet and it’s a tough place to go up there, so we’ll plan and prepare right for the game”.
Although Wrexham have yet to lose in their last five matches, the last two games have seen us draw a blank, although defensively sound the Reds’ boss will be looking for his forward to add that extra bit of fire-power on Saturday.
“We look to play an attacking game all the time, we’re compact and organised and we want to win the game
“We look at the last two games and it’s a bit disappointing with the attacking play going forward against Hartlepool and down at Torquay away from home, but we’re disciplined and created better chances, we just didn’t take them”.
Wrexham were without the suspended James Jennings on Tuesday, whilst James Hurst, Chris Dunn, Christian Dibble and Marcus Kelly missed out through injury, but Keates hopes to have his squad boosted by a return to action for some.
“There’s options there, there’s been one or two missing with a few niggles and all being well come the weekend they’ll be available for selection”.