WREXHAM responded brilliantly to their home defeat against Yeovil and Kwame Thomas wants to start another unbeaten league run by beating the Glovers at Huish Park.

Phil Parkinson's men suffered their only Racecourse loss of the season on November 30 when Yeovil triumphed 2-0 but the Reds won their next four games, including three in the league.

A 3-1 reverse at Notts County on January 2 ended the winning streak but eighth-placed Wrexham, who overcame Folkestone 5-1 in the FA Trophy last weekend, return to league action tomorrow following a three-week break and Thomas hopes three points against Darren Sarll's side is the launchpad for another decent run in the push for promotion.

"If you look at the table it is quite tight up there," said Thomas.

"We just need to put a run of games together, a run of wins together, and we will be up the top end of the table come the end of the season.

"We have shown we can do it, we have got to get back on course on Saturday and get a run started."

Liam McAlinden was controversially sent off in the 34th minute of the first meeting with Yeovil who scored twice in the second half to end Wrexham's unbeaten home record.

Parkinson is looking to get one back on the Glovers in Somerset.

"I still feel it was a ridiculous decision, their lad made a meal of it and cost Liam three games," said Parkinson.

"We have moved on since then and we go down there ready to turn the tables on them in terms of the result when they came here on that Tuesday night."