WREXHAM will continue their Scottish Challenge Cup adventure at one of Britain's most iconic football grounds.

Dean Keates' side will face Rangers Colts at Ibrox Stadium in the quarter-finals of the competition on Saturday, November 16, (3pm kick-off).

The Reds reached the last eight after registering home wins over Ayr United and St Mirren Colts so this will be their first away game in the competition, meaning the National League match against Eastleigh, due to take place on the same day, will now be re-arranged.

But first up for Wrexham is Sunday's FA Cup first round tie against Rochdale at The Racecourse.

The Reds, in the National League relegation zone, come up against a Dale side sitting 15th in League One after losing 1-0 at home to leaders Ipswich Town on Tuesday.

Keates was an interested onlooker at Spotland and he is under no illusion how difficult it will be for his side.

"It will be an interesting game for us," said Keates.

"Having watched Rochdale the last couple of games and seen them live the other night against Ipswich, it is going to be a very difficult game for us.

"They are a very good footballing team."

Wrexham go into the game on the back of a 1-0 home win against leaders Bromley which ended a run of six league games without a victory and Keates wants to build on that result by causing a cup upset.

"It gives us an opportunity to get our mind off the league," said Keates.

"As a football club we are all about the league and that needs addressing.

"We had a decent result against Bromley, performance wise it has been coming and the lads were outstanding.

"We got the three points we feel we deserved and it is a building block we have put in place.

"I wouldn't say it is a distraction for us, the FA Cup is always a special occasion and there is an opportunity there for an upset.

"That is what we will be looking to do."