THINGS aren't going great off the field for cash-strapped Swindon at the moment and news of a transfer embargo placed on them by the League for unpaid bills won't help.
And looking at the Robins record on the pitch of late, Wrexham fans should note that the Wiltshire club are there for the taking, despite Tuesday s 1-0 win over fellow strugglers Notts County.
With Roy Evans leaving the club after former jockey Willie Carson led a successful takeover, the club took the bold step of re-appointing former Everton player Andy King, even though he wasn't the most popular choice.
King was in charge at the start of the season before falling foul of the old regime, but he hasn't managed to improve Swindon's fortunes much, constantly changing tactics as they lost 2-0 away to Oldham and Bristol City before claiming a 1-1 draw at Peterborough and then Tuesday's win against County.
Despite chopping and changing the tactical system, King should go in with a 4-4-2 formation with former Peterborough keeper Bart Gremienk in goal. The Dutchman was in fine form against his old club and was largely responsible for the Robins claiming a draw.
At right-back should be Mark Robinson who, at £650,000, is still the club s record signing and he has the wages to match.
He will be flanked by youngster Sol Davis, who has recently won a recall to the side.
Former Wimbledon man Alan Reeves will marshall the backline with Swindon's own
Mr Consistent Matt Heywood, who scored the third goal in Swindon's 3-1 home win over Wrexham earlier in the season.
In midfield, expect a rightwing berth for Australian Danny Invincible. He was another scorer against Wrexham, but despite his lightning pace and brilliant winning goal on Tuesday night, some question his composure.
On the left, David Duke has only missed one game this season. In the centre should be tough-tackling former Reading man Andy Gurney, but Matt Hewlett could be drafted in after injury. Former Birmingham man Steve Robinson should line-up for them in the middle of the park.
Up front is the pace of Eric Sabin, who scored his first league goal against Peterborough since scoring against Wrexham in November, combined with the power of onloan Irishman Dominic Foley from Watford.
Foley has six caps for the Republic and should keep out joint top scorer Guiliano Grazioli, who made his name with Stevage and has six goals to his credit this season. Player-coach Neil Ruddock is injured and will miss the game.
Wrexham travel to Greater Manchester to take on fellow strugglers Bury in another six-pointer on Tuesday night (kick-off 7.45).
Despite being in the same financial position as cash-strapped Wrexham, former Dragons striker Andy preece has done a good job at Gigg Lane and in former Liverpool striker John Newby they have a player to watch.