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Lions boss Mark Bower is looking for a quick start on Tuesday as Wrexham visit Nethermoor for the first time ever, after the original clash was postponed.
Wrexham are currently eighth position in the league, just six points outside of the play-offs.
The visitors are without an away win since December 12th, when they defeated Tranmere 4-2.
The only previous meeting between the sides resulted in a thrilling 3-3 draw at the Racecourse Ground, the hosts equalising in injury time after Adam Boyes had put the Lions 3-2 up.
Two goals in the last ten minutes on Saturday saw the Lions lose 2-0 to Champions-elect Cheltenham Town at Nethermoor, a game that was fairly even with both sides creating few chances.
Mark said that Emile Sinclair has “pulled his hamstring”, meaning he is likely to be unavailable for Tuesday’s game.
Defender Ryan Toulson is hoping the Lions can find some consistency. “We need to make sure that we are consistent and put in two performances back to back, we have been too up and down this season. Tuesday is massive for us, we’re going for three points and that is exactly what we need”
Bower said after Saturday’s match, “Tuesday night now turns into a massive, massive, game for us. It’s a big test with a good atmosphere again, the lads have got to stand up and be counted, just like they did today”
“We’ve got to go again and look to win the game because results have gone for us today, we still have the two-point cushion above the bottom four but we can’t rely on that”
“We’ve got to look and start really well on Tuesday, there is no reason why we cannot win the game and that is the attitude we have to take into it”