By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia)
The Hawks haven’t lost in The National League since defeat on New Year’s Day against Eastleigh at the Silverlake.
Since then the Hawks have had wins again mid table Barrow and Boreham Wood, before holding 7thplace Gateshead to a 0-0 draw at the International Stadium last weekend.
However, the prospect of facing the Welsh outfit is certainly different to that which the Hawks have faced over recent weeks.
Despite having three managers this season, the Dragons find themselves third in The National League table and firmly in amongst the title mix with just four points separating them from top of the table Solihull Moors, with Wrexham having a game in hand.
After beating Dagenham and Redbridge last week it will be the new manager bounce that the Hawks will be looking to stop.
Having put pay to Richard Money’s first league game in charge back in December, a point similar to that we gained at the Super 6 Stadium would be a decent result.
The Hawks will also be buoyed by the fact that top scorer Mike Fondop left the side yesterday to join our relegation rivals Maidenhead United.
Him and Rekeil Pyke head up the Wrexham goalscoring charts this season with five goals apiece.
Having scored just 38 goals this season, it has been their steady defence which has proved very fruitful.
Wrexham have the National League’s best defence with only 22 goals conceded in the division all season.
The game is also likely to see the biggest crowd Westleigh Park has seen this season, with the possibility of 2,000 people coming through the turnstiles, which will include a large contingent from North Wales.
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