|Date: Tuesday, 16 September Venue: The Hive Stadium Kick-off: 19:45 BST|
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Wrexham top-scorer Louis Moult is a doubt for Tuesday's game at Conference leaders Barnet because of a hamstring problem.
The 22-year-old striker, who scored his fifth goals of the season in the win over Welling, did not train on Monday.
"He's being assessed so we'll see whether he'll be able to take any part tomorrow," manager Kevin Wilkin said.
"I think it's a tightness in his hamstring and we want to make sure it's not a slight tear."
Jay Harris will definitely miss the trip to Barnet due to an ongoing groin problem which has blighted his season.
Wilkin said the midfielder is to have a scan on the injury in a bid to resolve the problem.
"We need to get to the bottom of it now," Wilkin said.
"It's a real frustrating injury which flares up and then settles down.
"It's not that he can't get through games but he's got frustrated along with a lot of others on Saturday afternoon.
"When things aren't happening for you that can kind of compounds the whole feeling of the injury and we need to get it addressed and Jay back 100% fit."
Captain Dean Keates, who has not featured so far this season, came through training and is included in the squad while Mark Carrington serves the second of a three match ban.