WREXHAM will play Chester. It's the FA Cup draw everyone wants...or is it?

It could happen if the two arch cross-border rivals are paired together in Thursday's fourth round qualifying draw.

But with no fans allowed in the stadiums - either at The Racecourse or The Deva - you have to ask the question: What's the point?

The Reds and Blues have met twice in the famous competition.

Harry McNally masterminded a 2-1 win at a snow-bound Racecourse on January 10 1987 where Gary Bennett - who would become a Wrexham legend in the 1990s - scored twice for the Blues.

Wrexham's revenge was sweet 10 years later with Karl Connolly sinking a double at The Deva.

Other clubs that Wrexham and Chester could be paired with in the northern section draw are Chorley, Neil Moore's Marine, Brackley - managed by ex-Reds boss Kevin Wilkin and AFC Fylde.

The draw takes place tomorrow at 1pm on Talksport and the ties will be played a week on Saturday.