DEAN KEATES admits the Bank Holiday double-header could "make or break" some teams' promotion challenge.

Wrexham, down to ninth in the National League following Tuesday night's results but only two points adrift of the play-offs with a game in hand, have got seven matches remaining in their quest to secure a top-seven finish.

Two of those come in quick succession this weekend with the Reds facing Solihull Moors at The Racecourse tomorrow before heading to Maidenhead on Monday.

Although he insists failing to take maximum points from the back-to-back fixtures won't be the end of the world, Keates doesn't need telling that two wins would be a huge boost.

"The Bank Holiday period can make or break seasons so we are going into a massive three days," said Keates.

"We are looking to get maximum points.

"It won't be the be-all-and-end-all, it will just make things a lot more different if we don't get maximum points.

"We will just address the game on Saturday first and then turn our attention to the Maidenhead game."

Keates insists Wrexham's fate is in their own hands and the Reds have to take care of their own business, and that starts with picking up three points against Solihull before turning the attention to Maidenhead.

"Players will look at the league table and fixtures, I would be lying if I said me or my staff don't," said Keates.

"We will concentrate on ourselves, you want to be aware of what is happening elsewhere but we focus on ourselves and go out at the weekend and try and get maximum points against Solihull."

Keates insists results are all that count in the run-in and consistency is key as Wrexham, unbeaten in three games, try and finish the job off.

"We have had performances and not got points," said Keates.

"Against Notts County and Torquay we played well for long periods of the game, and we started off really well against Stockport, didn't take our opportunities and got caught out.

"We did really well in the two 4-0 victories and did okay at the weekend against Chesterfield only picking up the one point.

"But we are in decent form, we have found a little bit of a rhythm again and we be fully focussed on getting maximum points at the weekend.

"It's that time of the season now where things are up and down and if you can find a level of consistency, then all being well come the end of the season you will be where you want to be."