WREXHAM are still waiting to see when they will play their Scottish Challenge Cup quarter-final away tie against Rangers Colts - and whether they face an extended break from league action.

The club released a statement speaking of its frustration at not being able to pin-down a date for the clash, with match arrangements yet to be confirmed by Rangers.

The other last eight matches take place on the weekend of Saturday November 16 - the day Wrexham are due to visit Eastleigh in the National League.

With Wrexham playing host to Rochdale in the first round of the FA Cup on Sunday, the Reds face the possibility of next having a league game at home to Yeovil Town on Saturday November 23.

Manager Dean Keates would love to be back on league duty as soon as possible and try to build on Saturday's 1-0 win against Bromley which ended a six-game winless run and leaves the fourth from bottom Reds two points adrift of safety.

"The FA Cup is the FA Cup, it is special," said Keates.

"I would rather play in the league if I am honest and it is not only this weekend it affects us.

"The weekend after we lose a league game by the looks of it and that is not ideal.

"That's why Saturday was absolutely massive for us and we got what we deserved.

"The league table looks a little bit better on the eye but before we go again in the league, it is out of our hands."

Keates was proud with the work rate of his players against Bromley on the back of two long away trips, with the Reds sealing victory thanks to Luke Young's sensational volley from the edge of the area.

"The work-rate was there," said Keates.

"We want to be greedy and get unbelievable football played but at the minute we aren't in a position where we can do that.

"It is a building block for us; that's all it is, one game.

"I said to the players they can be proud of themselves and proud of the effort.

"We had a long week and a lot of time on the coach but the work rate, endeavour, everything that they have given in the last two games especially, they got their reward."