DEAN KEATES wants Wrexham to continue their impressive record against the leading sides as the Reds embark on a tough fixture schedule.

Five of the next seven games are against teams currently in the top-six, starting with tomorrow's clash with fifth placed Yeovil at Huish Park.

Wrexham, 17th in the National League and just two points above the relegation zone, go into the match on the back of a superb 2-0 win at play-off contenders Bromley last weekend, and Keates hopes to build on that victory.

"It will be a difficult game," said Keates. "Yeovil are up there challenging and are in okay form.

"I expect us to go down there and be full of confidence. But it is when we cross that white line at 3pm that the mentality has to be that we are confident and we go and play with the belief and the structure that we have done against Bromley and previous other games, that they go and do it again.

"For whatever reason, we are picking up points against top-half teams so hopefully that leaves us in good stead because we have got a lot of the top five coming up over the next six, seven or eight games.

"We will go to Yeovil and do our best for ourselves and the football club."

Other fixtures: Barrow v Dagenham; Boreham Wood v Hartlepool; Bromley v Sutton; Eastleigh v Halifax; Ebbsfleet v Stockport; Solihull v Dover; Torquay v Chorley; Woking v Maidenhead.