WREXHAM take on Notts County on Good Friday (Apr 2) in what manager Dean Keates has described as one of three massive games.

After taking on sixth placed County on Friday, they host third placed Torquay on Monday (Apr 5) before another home game against fourth-placed Stockport on Saturday, April 10.

Wrexham have been on a good run of form as of late having not lost since February 20.

If they can keep that run going it will likely be a defining period in Wrexham’s season.

As it stands Wrexham sit fifth in the National League, three points ahead eighth placed Halifax. Eastleigh, Bromley and Altrincham are also close by and will all be harbouring hopes of getting into the play-offs.

Speaking ahead of the game with Notts County, Dean said: “We’re in a confident mood and we’re in a good place.

“We’ve only had one defeat in the last fourteen games so we want to keep that run going. If we’re not winning games we want to make sure we don’t lose any.

“Notts are right in the mix, they were beaten on Tuesday, so they will be looking for a reaction on the back of that.

“It’s that time of year where we have a quick turnaround of games, Torquay have been up there so these are difficult games coming up. We’ve got Stockport coming up too so we’ll know where we are. These are massive games.

“We’ve got no injury concerns and we had Sean Pearson play against Bromley having come back from injury.”

Keates went on to say that anybody could beat anybody on their day but said their recent run had given them a good chance of securing a place in the play-offs.

Wrexham’s game at Meadow Lane kicks off at 12:30 and will be live on BT Sport.