FOLLOWING the late postponement of last night's scheduled friendly match against Bury, Chester City have moved swiftly and arranged two games tonight.
The first-team squad will be split into two, with one side playing against Cymru Alliance outfit Holywell Town, and another 11 at Denbigh Town.
Manager Mark Wright sees such games as an important part of his team's build-up to the forthcoming Nationwide Conference season.
"The results in these matches aren't particularly important but the level of performance, and the fitness levels that they help you to achieve certainly are.
"I was reasonable pleased with certain aspects of our win on Monday evening, but there are things that I saw during that match that we are already working on."
Altogether 20 of Chester's players featured in the 4-1 victory at Buckley Town on Monday, and the same players - plus a number of the young reserve team squad - will take part in tonight's matches.
One player who won't be involved this evening, however, is new signing Steve Harkness.
The ex-Liverpool and Benfica player is expected to be in the squad to visit League of Wales team Bangor City on Saturday. Chester's first Nationwide Conference match of the new campaign is on Saturday, August 17, when they entertain newly-promoted Kettering Town.