Wrexham manager Kevin Wilkin has pre-Wembley injury concerns
Wrexham have injury concerns over defender Blaine Hudson and winger Wes York ahead of the FA Trophy final against North Ferriby United.
Both players missed Wrexham's 1-1 home draw with Lincoln City in the Conference on Saturday.
Hudson suffered a knee injury in the 2-2 draw at Eastleigh while York was sidelined with a fractured toe.
"Blain's a concern and there are several other issues in there that are not ideal," manager Kevin Wilkin said.
Wrexham are away to Nuneaton Town in the Conference on Tuesday before next Sunday's FA Trophy final at Wembley.
Wilkin says Wrexham's recent punishing schedule has taken its toll on his squad and York's injury will be assessed on Monday.
"I don't think it's bad but it's bad enough to keep him out," Wilkin said of the former Nuneaton Town player.
"He wants to play on Tuesday night and if that means playing through a bit of pain then that's what he wants to do.
"We need to get as many players to Tuesday as fit and able as possible.
"Then off the back of that we need to get as many players there on Sunday as fit and able as we possibly can."
Dan Bachmann, on-loan from Stoke City until the end of the season, started in goal in place of Andy Coughlin against Lincoln.
But Wilkin confirmed Coughlin will start against Nuneaton on Tuesday with Bachmann away with Austria's Under-21 squad.