TNS put their unbeaten campaign to the test when they make the trip to Wrexham.
The Welsh Premier leaders have yet to suffer defeat in domestic action since the summer's Champions League exit at the hands of Premiership giants Liverpool.
But manager Ken McKenna knows his side face a stern examination at the Racecourse.
"It's going to be tough as Wrexham play at a different tempo than us, they're tested more week in week out and are used to a faster pace," he said.
"The first 20 minutes is very important, they will probably come out and play at a pace that is difficult to live with but if we can get through that then we've got a chance.
"Obviously I would have preferred to have played them at home but we enjoy going to the Racecourse, it's a fantastic ground which suits the way we play."
New signing Graham Evans is added to the TNS squad after the former Caersws striker joined last week from Conference side Hereford United. McKenna confirmed the 25-year-old would figure at some stage.
Defenders Chris King and Tommy Holmes are back in contention following injuries. Right-back Martyn Naylor is also back in training, although he is unlikely to figure tonight.