PROMOTION contenders Bristol City are back on form following a disasterous run of seven matches with only one win.
Since then, inconsistent City have won their last two games but are still leaking goals in defence. They will be hoping to keep a clean sheet in Saturday's re-arranged fixture at Wrexham after conceding in their last five matches.
Despite the run of bad results ex-Sheffield Wednesday manager Danny Wilson has the full support of the fans.
However, City are known to falter against the teams they should beat most recently losing to Division Three's Leyton Orient in the first round of the FA Cup.
Wrexham probably qualify as such a team based on the league positions of the two, with City sixth in the table and the Dragons third from bottom.
City are without experienced wing-back Mickey Bell, who is one of a number of players at the club with hamstring problems.
Steve Jones and Brian Tinnion are also sidelined through hamstring problems but Kevin Amankwaah may have recovered.
Last season's top scorer Tony Thorpe is one for the Wrexham backline to watch. The £1million signing has put in a transfer request, leading to a mixed reaction from the fans, but that hasn't stopped him notching up 10 goals in the campaign so far.
Lee Peacock is also finding the back of the net with a tally of six goals this season.
City's likely line-up is: Phillips, D Jones, Coles, Hill, Amankwaah, Clist, Doherty, A Brown, Woodman, Matthews, M Brown...SUPL: