IT was a big call by Phil Parkinson to change the system with very little time between games but it proved to be a master-stroke.

Wrexham were awful on Saturday and only had one training session to work on the new 4-2-3-1 formation for the replay against Marine.

Parkinson canned the 3-5-2 system he has favoured all season and the change got the desired effect as his side produced an excellent performance and advanced in the FA Cup.

It will be interesting to see if the Reds’ boss sticks with the new shape for tomorrow’s clash at Barnet.

Mid-table Wrexham need points on the board to start climbing up the table and Parkinson may well have discovered a formula that will get the best out of the players at his disposal.

The system suited the players he selected on Tuesday and there really is no reason to change it.

Parkinson will have a selection dilemma with the likes of Dan Jarvis throwing their hat in the ring but it’s a headache he won’t mind having.

Wrexham just need to build on the midweek success and gain some momentum.

RICHARD WILLIAMS: Barnet 0 Wrexham 2

WREXHAM blew Marine out of FA Cup trouble-waters and now they're off to London to inflict some capital punishment on Barnet and Maidenhead.

Two win - and six points - is a must from these games to set the Reds up nicely for the visit of Torquay United on October 30.

Rumours are rife around the town that the Torquay game will be the one where Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds make their Racecourse bow.

That's the day all Reds fans are waiting for and bring it on is what the Wrexham faithful are saying.

But first it's getting it right on the pitch and all you need in this league to make a move in the right direction is consistency. Two wins from theur next two games will do exactly that.

NICK HARRISON: Barnet 1 Wrexham 2