IT'S a big Bank Holiday weekend double-header and Wrexham are going for a first win of the season at Eastleigh tomorrow before returning to The Racecourse for the first home game against Notts County on Monday.

Phil Parkinson's side were denied an opening day victory as Solihull Moors snatched a 94th minute equaliser last weekend to draw 2-2 at Damson Park.

But the focus turns to Eastleigh, who didn't have a game last weekend, with the Reds' boss targeting victory at The Silverlake Stadium before returning to north Wales to play in front of a bumper crowd back against the Magpies 48 hours later in a game which is being screened live by BT Sport.

"We are looking forward to the Eastleigh game," said Parkinson.

"It is their first game of the season and hopefully we can pick up our first win.

"We can't wait to play in front of our home fans and it would be great to be on the back of three points."

Parkinson has to decide whether to hand a debut to new signing James Jones who has joined from League One side Lincoln City on a three-year deal.

The 25-year-old is hoping to get the nod, stating: "The gaffer picks the team but that would be ideal.

"Get some minutes and hopefully get a first win as a Wrexham player.

"I was aware of the score on Saturday, it was a bit of a sickener to concede like that at the end, but a lot of positives to take from it into the Eastleigh game and hopefully pick up three points."

Wrexham supporters can expect an energetic, hard-working performance from Jones.

"I describe myself as a box-to-box midfielder," he added.

"First and foremost I work hard and get about the pitch, and then I can chip in with a bit of quality - goals, assists. That is what I want to try and do.

"I have also played in that defensive role in the past so whatever the gaffer needs from me, hopefully I can provide that."