Newport and Wrexham are in action today as they battle for a place in the Football League.
Wrexham beat Grimsby 4-1 in a penalty shoot out at Wembley to win the FA Trophy yesterday
Fans have already snapped up nearly 10,000 tickets for the match, which will take place on March 24th.
Wrexham were on the end of a heavy defeat at Kenilworth Road, going down 5-0 to league leaders Luton, with Jake Howells completing the rout with a penalty late in the second half.
The match was Billy Barr's first in caretaker charge of Wrexham, following Andy Morrell's departure.
Wrexham trail Luton by four goals to nil at half time at Kennilworth Road. Two goals from Luke Guttridge and one a piece from Paul Benson and Andre Gray mean the home side have a substantial lead going into the break.
Andy Morrell has quit his role as manager of Wrexham AFC.
His assistant (pictured right) Billy Barr will take immediate charge of the club on an interim basis.
In a statement the club says it was 'mutually agreed' to allow him to pursue other opportunities.
Andy Morrell was appointed permanent manager in October 2011 following the departure of Dean Saunders to Doncaster Rovers.
A goal in the first 10 minutes put Dartford ahead, with Joe Clarke equalising for Wrexham But Elliot Bradbrook put Dartford back in the lead at half- time. Wrexham 1-2 Dartford (HT).
Wrexham and Halifax Town played out a goalless draw in the Conference this afternoon.
Brett Ormerod was sent off for Wrexham just before half-time at the Racecourse.
Wrexham are away to Hyde this afternoon at Ewen Fields. The Football Conference match is due to kick off at 3pm.
Wrexham are currently 15th on the league table. The last time the two clubs met the Welsh side defeated Hyde 2-0.
A goal from Joe Clarke has given Wrexham a 1-0 lead against Oxford United in the FA Cup second round.
Wrexham claimed a 2-0 at home to Forest Green, which meant a record sixth consecutive home win for the Conference side.
Player-manager Andy Morrell scored on the half hour mark, before Johnny Hunt made it 2-0 just six minutes later.
Wrexham are through to the FA Cup second round, after beating Alfreton Town 3-1 at the Racecourse.
Andy Bishop scored twice, and Jay Harris made sure of Wrexham's progress, after Jake Speight had scored from the penalty spot for Alfreton.
Wrexham lead Alfreton Town 1-0 at half time in the first round FA Cup.
Andy bishop got the goal.