PLAYERS who didn’t start or feature at the weekend are set to be involved at Caernarfon Town tonight.

Phil Parkinson only made three substitutions during Saturday’s 4-0 win against Macclesfield with eight players getting a 90 minute run-out.

Christian Dibble, Jordan Davies, Bryce Hosannah, who has signed a contract extension which which will keep him at the club until at least 2024, Dior Angus and Harry Lennon were unused substitutes, with Jordan Tunnicliffe, Liam McAlinden and Jake Bickerstaff all coming off the bench in the second half.

But all those players, along with fit-again midfielder Elliot Lee and new signings Sam Dalby and Jacob Mendy, are set set to start when Wrexham head to The Oval for the final pre-season friendly against the Cymru Premier outfit before the new National League campaign kicks off at home to Eastleigh on Saturday.

“We want to get 90 minutes into all the lads who didn’t play on Saturday, like Jordan Davies who had a niggle,” said Parkinson.

“We didn’t want to risk him but we feel it is a good opportunity for him at Caernarfon.

“Elliot will be involved in that as well so it will be a decent side at Caernarfon.

“It is an important game for us, we want to get into next weekend with most of the squad having a strong 90 minutes in their legs.”

Two of Wrexham’s five summer signings - goalkeeper Mark Howard and wing-back Anthony Forde - started against Macclesfield.

Tunnicliffe only appeared as a substitute because of a slight injury but the centre-back can expect longer on the pitch against Caernarfon along with Lee.

“Obviously Mark has had a lot of minutes but that was his first 90 for us,” said Parkinson.

“I am pleased with his all-round game.

“Anthony played for 70 minutes because he had a lot of disruption in the week with changing clubs but I thought he showed real quality and it was good to see him out there.

“Jordan only came on at the back end of the game.

“He picked up a slight injury and missed quite a bit of the trip to Spain so he is a little bit behind where we want him to be but he will play at Caernarfon.”