WREXHAM'S pre-season friendly with Osasuna is likely to be cancelled today - because the Spanish team won't be in the country on the day of the match.
The Dragons last night claimed they had been let down by the agent who set up the Racecourse fixture on Tuesday, July 27.
Since Wrexham announced details of the game last month, Osasuna have altered their travel arrangements and won't even be in Britain at the time.
The Primera Liga side are coming to the UK for a mini pre-season tour and Wrexham expect to discover today if there is any chance of the match going ahead.
Dragons Press officer Geraint Parry said: "We're waiting on a final decision but it's not looking promising.
"Osasuna's plans have changed and, although we were offered some alternative dates, we probably won't be able to come up with a solution at such short notice.
"The most likely outcome is that the match will have to be cancelled. It's very disappointing and we feel a bit let down."
Wrexham were offered the chance to move the match back a couple of days but the Racecourse is being used by TNS for their Uefa Cup match against Swedish side Osters on Thursday, July 29. The Welsh Premier team will train on the pitch the night before.
Wrexham kick-off their pre-season campaign tomorrow when League One side Stoke City come to the Racecourse (7.45pm).
Defender Andy Holt will meet manager Denis Smith today with a view to becoming the Dragons' fifth summer signing..
The 26-year-old was released by Hull at the end of the season.
Meanwhile, time has run out for fans wanting their name embroidered on Wrexham's new away shirt next season. Just over 1,200 have signed up for the initiative at £10 per person.
* WREXHAM have confirmed their squad numbers for the coming campaign: 1 Andy Dibble, 2 Jim Whitley, 3 Alex Smith, 4 Steve Roberts, 5 Brian Carey, 6 Dennis Lawrence, 7 Carlos Edwards, 8 Danny Williams, 9 Chris Armstrong, 10 Darren Ferguson, 11 Chris Llewellyn, 12 Dean Bennett, 13 Matt Baker, 15 Craig Morgan, 16 Matt Crowell, 17 Mark Jones, 18 Shaun Pejic, 21 Simon Spender, 22 Levi Makin, 23 Hector Sam, 24 Danny Evans, 25 Kieran Quinn.