'INCREDIBLE' effort has been shown to ensure that Wrexham's match at the Racecourse is not snowed off this afternoon (Saturday, March 11).

Concerns had been growing throughout the week that the adverse weather would lead to the National League fixture v Southend United being called off.

But, the club confirmed on Friday that the game would be played.

And despite snow still being on the Racecourse ground this morning, volunteers and club officials have been up there putting the work in to ensure the game is not called off.

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The club posted a series of Tweets detailing the lengths that volunteers and club staff have gone to to make sure the game wasn't snowed off.

Wrexham AFC praised the 'incredible effort' shown to make sure that supporters have a game to watch this afternoon with snow being cleared off the covers.

Tractors were spotted helping out at the scene.

And even club manager Phil Parkinson got stuck in with the clear-up!

The match is scheduled to kick-off at 3pm today.

The Reds will be looking for another three points to keep their hopes of clinching the National League title alive.