It's a busy weekend for Vanarama National League teams as we embark on a double header of Easter Bank Holiday games.
The first of which for Wrexham was a trip to Bromley yesterday where conditions were extremely wet.
However, unlike some games that were called off around the league, Bromley's 3G pitch stood up to the weather and the game was able to be played without issue.
299 Wrexham supporters made the journey south and watched their side from an open terrace.
Although Wrexham had the bigger share of chances the game ended 1-1. Wrexham took the lead when James Jennings headed home a Marcus Kelly free-kick.
Prior to this Bromley's Roger Johnson had been sent off for a challenge on Sam Wedgbury. This seemed to spur Bromley on as they came out strong for the second half and won a penalty in the 65th minute, Brandon Hanlan stroked his spot kick past Chriss Dunn to make it 1-1.
Wrexham went on to have a string of chances with Bromley keeper David Gregory pulling off some great saves to keep his side in the contest.
Marcus Kelly and Jonathan Franks would hit the woodwork before Simon Ainge's header would come ever so close to a Wrexham winner before the conclusion.
Manager Andy Davies spoke to the press after the match and said: "We take the lead and are fairly confortable then we concede. We don't do enough then to go and get the winner.
"It's frustrating after being in front. In the games we have drawn recently we have taken the lead and not managed to hold on to that lead.
"That's the disappointing thing for us because there was an opportunity for us today to get three points on the board going in to Monday's game."
See the full interview below:
This is followed up by the final whistle podcast where Mark Griffiths and Paul Jones take a closer look at the match: