Oliver McBurnie will be thrust straight back into the Chester FC starting side for the season's second cross-border clash this afternoon (1pm).
McBurnie's return on loan from Bradford City was finalised on Friday afternoon so Craig Hobson should revert to the bench with the 18-year-old, who caught the eye in his initial four-game loan spell, now back in the squad.
Chester's line-up has been pretty settled of late, coinciding with a fine run of form which had supporters talking up a possible play-off push before the 1-0 defeat to Eastleigh two weeks ago.
On-loan midfielder Brad Abbott has been struggling with a thigh strain but he too trained on Thursday and is expected to start.
Burr does have a couple of decisions to make however with captain Matty Brown and England C midfielder Kingsley James pushing hard for recalls.
Whoever he decides on, the manager believes his young team's fearlessness and quality can give them the edge over a Wrexham team with plenty of experience.
"We've watched them over the last couple of weeks and they've got a good squad of players," said Burr.
"They've got good experience in the side. My captain at Kidderminster Kyle Storer has signed for them, Dean Keates has been a great servant to them, Connor Jennings I had as a young lad and give him his chance at Stalybridge who went on into the Football League and there's Moulty (Louis Moult) who's been involved in the England C team.
"We'll be ready for everything and prepare for everything like we always do but from point of view if we're right and everybody's right to a man in our team than there's no reason why we can't go there and get three points."
Wrexham have struggled for consistency in the league and find themselves in 18th place heading into the return derby clash, seven points and seven places below Chester.
Kevin Wilkin's team have fared better in the cup competitions, reaching the third round of the FA Cup and have an FA Trophy final to look forward to.
Burr said: I'm sure their aim at the start the season Wrexham's aim was to get promoted. From my point of view where we were as a club coming up against Wrexham last year, we've managed to close the gap and that's been really pleasing.
You never can predict what players can do when they go out on the park. Wrexham have spent quite a considerable time now in the Conference and back to my Kidderminster days when we came up against them in the semi-finals of the play-offs. It was always a tough place to go and it was always a tough game to play in.
"They are a club I'm sure that will want to get back into that Footbakll League like we all do."
Wrexham will be without Sam Finley, Mark Carrington and on-loan goalkeeper Daniel Bachman, while ex-Chester City midfielder Jay Harris appears set to miss out after straining his groin in the 3-1 loss at Gateshead on Tuesday.