THE games’s don’t get any easier for Wrexham.

Fresh for clinching a battling point in a goalless draw at Mansfield, who remain unbeaten in League Two this season, Phil Parkinson’s men are back on the road tomorrow as they make the trip to far-flung Crawley.

Fifth-placed Crawley are two points better off than the Reds who remain ninth in the standings after Tuesday’s second draw in a row.

The Red Devils have lost more games this season than Wrexham but also registered two extra wins so it will be another stern test.

Wrexham dug deep to ensure they remained in the contest following a first-half dominated by Mansfield and then the Reds had chances to secure victory in a much better second half display.

They finished the game strongly at Field Mill and if Wrexham can pick up where they left off, they will have every chance of picking up three points which would cap a very good return from two very tricky away matches.