WREXHAM take a breather this weekend before turning their attention to the FA Cup.

Phil Parkinson's side don't have a game tomorrow and are back in action next Saturday when they visit Marine for the fourth qualifying round tie at Rossett Park.

Newly appointed club captain Ben Tozer had mixed views about having a free weekend - it's Wrexham's turn to have a bye with an odd number of teams in the National League - after the Reds produced a below par performance before Paul Mullin's late equaliser secured a 1-1 draw against Chesterfield on Tuesday night.

"It is a good and a bad thing," said Tozer.

"You want to get back on the horse, we want to go and correct what we did against Chesterfield as soon as possible.

"On the other hand, it will be nice to recharge the batteries and get ready to go again next week, and work on things for the FA Cup game which is not going to be easy.

"You have got to take the positives from this break."

Wrexham have picked up three wins, four draws and suffered two defeats in their opening nine games to sit mid-table, with the Reds on course for another victory after leading Aldershot 2-0 last Saturday before the game was abandoned after 50 minutes because of a waterlogged pitch at The Recreation Ground.

Parkinson will utilise the free-time before the cup meeting with Northern Premier League Division One West side Marine.

"We can take a rain check on everything and have a good look," said Parkinson.

"Get a few players like Bryce Hosannah up to speed more.

"He did well to stay on for the full 90 minutes. I was a bit concerned about him but I felt he carried a threat so we left him on.

"One or two players need to get up to speed, and get ready for the FA Cup which we are looking forward to.

"We don't want to fall behind with our games but we can't do anything about the games which have been called off so far for different reasons and we have got to find slots to fit them in."