WREXHAM are starting to find some form but Dean Keates won't be taking Dagenham and Redbridge lightly.

Saturday's 2-0 success at second placed Harrogate made it two wins in a row and leaves 17th placed Wrexham four points above the relegation zone.

The Daggers boosted their survival hopes with a 2-0 victory over high-flying Notts County to stay 20th, ex-Wrexham striker Alex Reid scoring both goals, but Keates is focused on a third successive Reds win.

"I can't praise the players highly enough after the last few games. The performances and commitment, the basics and the football, it has all been shown and what I expect to represent the football club," said Keates,

"Mentality-wise, it has to be shown again for the rest of the season, especially this game.

"It is going to be a difficult game. A new manager has gone in and they had a positive result and performance against Notts County who are flying.

"Dagenham are just below us and they will see it as an opportunity to go above us if they beat us.

"If we can get a performance and get the result at home, we will keep them at arm's length."

n Second placed Harrogate will aim to bounce back from their defeat to Wrexham when they go to Aldershot tomorrow.

Leaders Barrow host Torquay and Yeovil in third entertain bottom of the table Chorley who are 11 points adrift of safety.

Other fixtures: Fylde v Boreham Wood; Barnet v Hartlepool; Eastleigh v Woking; Ebbsfleet v Sutton; Halifax v Bromley; Solihull v Maidenhead; Stockport v Dover; Notts County v Chesterfield.