WREXHAM will look to reignite their push for promotion on Saturday (May 28) as they take on Grimsby in their National League Play-off semi-final.

Last weekend’s FA Trophy final loss to Bromley will have hurt but their ultimate aim will be to achieve football league status for the first time since 2008.

They have had four unsuccessful play-off campaigns since but with Phil Parkinson at the helm and some other stellar names they are seen as one of the favourites to go up.

The Welsh side will come up against Grimsby in the semi-final, who knocked out Notts County after two late goals, one to take the game to extra time before winning it late.

Wrexham may not have won their FA Trophy but they too showed they will play right until the final whistle after seeing a goal disallowed for offside in added time.

Grimsby earned a 3-1 victory over Wrexham in September but Wrexham earned a 1-0 win at the Racecourse in January.

Paul Mullin has been in fine form for Wrexham with 26 goals while Grimsby’s John McAtee has 14 to his name.

Wrexham have had an average attendance of over 8,000 throughout the season and Saturday’s game is going to be no different with another big crowd expected.

A win on Saturday may only see them into the final but it may give them the belief to go on and finish the job.

Should they win on Saturday, a play-off final against either Solihull Moors or Chesterfield awaits, with that game taking place a week later on Sunday, June 5.