WREXHAM will clock up the miles when the League Two promotion challenge continues during a frantic February.

The game against Forest Green Rovers, which was postponed in December due to a waterlogged pitch at The New Lawn, has been rearranged for Tuesday, February 27.

That is the seventh and final fixture of a hectic month - and five of those matches are away from home.

Phil Parkinson's men start the schedule with Saturday's trip to Salford and the Reds are back at The Racecourse for the clash with Bradford on Saturday February 10.

Wrexham are back on the road at Sutton United on Tuesday February 13 before returning to their north Wales stadium when Notts County are the visitors on Saturday February 17.

That is the last home game in February as the Reds end the month with three successive away fixtures.

MK Dons host Wrexham on Tuesday February 20 and Parkinson's men head to Gillingham on Saturday February 24, with the meeting at Forest Green now scheduled for Tuesday February 27.

Wrexham, who have still got to re-arrange the home match against Crawley, are second in the table, five points behind leaders Stockport County with a game in hand.

The Reds have 19 matches remaining in the quest for a top-three finish.