JORDAN DAVIES scored a last gasp equaliser as Wrexham drew 1-1 against Northern Premier League Division One West side Marine in their fourth qualifying round tie at Rossett Park.

The Mariners, who play three levels below Phil Parkinson's men, were the better side throughout the contest and good value for their 78th minute lead.

It was a hugely disappointing performance by the Reds who conceded yet another goal from a set-piece when Marine netted.

But Davies scored with a superb free-kick deep into added time to snatch a draw and a replay on Tuesday at Nantwich Town because The Racecourse pitch is being relaid.

Parkinson named a full-strength side, making one change from the team that started the last game against Chesterfield 11 days earlier with Liam McAlinden taking over from Devonte Redmond in the Reds' midfield.

Marine made a bright start and former defender David Raven headed wide from Alex Doyle's early corner while Wrexham, who were on the back foot, created their first chance as Ben Tozer's throw-in was flicked on and Aaron Hayden's header was saved by Bayleigh Passant.

Controversy followed at the other end as Danny Shaw's header was kept out by Rob Lainton and Niall Cummins went in late on the Reds' goalkeeper who was flat out.

But referee Garreth Rhodes only showed Cummins a yellow card and although Lainton managed to walk off and didn't require the stretcher brought on by medical staff, there was no way he could continue because of the head injury.

Christian Dibble came on for Lainton and the substitute keeper made a comfortable stop to deny Neil Kengni.

Wrexham had been second best but the visitors almost took the lead as Jake Hyde's goalbound header from Jordan Davies' corner was cleared off the line by a defender.

Dibble made a good save to keep out Doyle's shot as the ball bounced awkwardly in front of him, keeping his side on level terms following a poor first half performance.

There needed to be a big improvement after the break and Paul Mullin tried to make something out of nothing when the action resumed, only just clearing the bar.

Wrexham continued to probe and when Tozer's throw in was cleared, McAlinden's volley was saved by Passant with Hyde heading over the bar when the ball was returned into the danger zone.

Dibble had to be alert to push Kengni's low drive away but Wrexham, looking more lively in the second half, had three shots blocked in the area as Marine put bodies on the line.

Hyde went down injured and had to be replaced after 65 minutes by Dior Angus who failed to hit the target with a header following his introduction.

Dibble made a good save to thwart Cummins at the other end but Marine took a 78th minute lead from the resulting corner.

Doyle delivered the set-piece and Owen Watkinson found the back of the net with a glancing header.

Hayden headed into the side-netting from a corner but Wrexham equalised deep into injury time through Davies' fantastic strike to set up a replay.

Marine (4-3-3): Bayleigh Passant; Solomon-Davies, Shaw, Raven, Hayde; Doyle, Howarth, Barrigan; Kengni (Devine 88), Cummins, Watkinson (Wignall 90). Subs not used: Roberts, Harvey Passant, McNally, Reilly, Chan.

Wrexham (3-4-1-2): Lainton (Dibble 13); Hayden, Tozer, Lennon (Ponticelli 81); Hosannah, James Jones, Davies, Reckord; McAlinden; Hyde (Angus 65), Mullin. Subs not used: Brisley, Jarvis, Redmond, French.

Attendance: 1,941.