THE visit of Histon to the Racecourse on Saturday is off after Wrexham set a precedent for non-league football.
Steve Evans has received a late call-up to the Wales party for the World Cup qualifiers while brothers Mike and Marc Williams have joined Dragons new boy Joe Allen in the Wales Under 21s squad for their UEFA European U21 Championship play-off double header with England.
With four first-teamers away on international duty, Racecourse chiefs asked the Blue Square Premier to postpone the clash.
It was the first time the league has ever had to make such a decision but, following a meeting on Tuesday, they agreed to the request.
The news came as a relief to new boss Dean Saunders, who has been allowed by Wrexham owner Geoff Moss to continue his role as right-hand man to Wales manager Josh Toshack.
With Toshack’s side in action against Liechtenstein, Saunders would have had to miss the Histon game and hand the reins over to Terry Darracott.
Former Dragons defender Darracott quit his position as Bolton Wanderers’ European scout to become Saunders’ number two.
Brian Carey remains on the coaching staff with Joey Jones, but Martin Foyle has left the club.