KIERAN KENNEDY admits tomorrow is a "massive" day in the National League title race with two crunch matches taking place.

Leaders Wrexham face second placed Leyton Orient in a top of the table clash at Brisbane Road while Solihull Moors and Salford City, two other sides challenging for automatic promotion, go head to head.

However, Kennedy is just focussed on Wrexham, unbeaten in six outings, continuing their bid for honours with victory against the O's.

But regardless of the result in east London - the game kicks off at 12.35pm and is being televised live by BT Sport - Kennedy insists nothing will be decided yet with this the first of 10 games left to play.

"It is a massive game for us but we feel on our day we can deal with anyone," said Kennedy.

"Orient are obviously a good side. They are a big club but if we play to our strengths then we should be fine.

"We won't get carried away with our form and hopefully just go there, play our game and we should be okay.

"There are 10 games to go so there are still a lot of points to play for and we feel confident.

"We won't get carried away if we do win or if we lose, although we are going there to win to kick-on and put pressure on everyone else.

"We play early as well so it would put added pressure onto everyone playing at 3pm which would be ideal."

Kennedy would like to see third placed Solihull drop points but admits Salford in fifth are still in the reckoning for top spot.

"It could be a massive weekend for us," said Kennedy.

"Hopefully Salford do us a favour but I wouldn't rule Salford out of it either with all the money they've spent.

"As long as we concentrate on what we do, I think everything will sort itself out."

Kennedy, who joined Wrexham in January after leaving Shrewsbury, was handed his first start in the 2-0 win at Boreham Wood in the absence of injured skipper Shaun Pearson, and continued to deputise in the 1-1 draw against Gateshead.

Pearson returned to the heart of defence for Saturday's 1-0 win at Chesterfield but Kennedy kept his place, switching to right-back in place of the injured Mark Carrington, and he was pleased with how he adapted as Wrexham kept a 19th league clean sheet.

"I had a lot of help," said Kennedy. "I had Paul Rutherford ahead of me, Jake Lawlor to the left and the skipper was back so I had a lot of help bedding into that position.

"It is not my most comfortable position but I felt I did alright there. "I have played there a few times before but as long as I am on the pitch, I am happy."

Although Manny Smith is still ruled out with a long term knee injury, Kennedy hailed the quality of centre-back options available to Hughes.

"It is all healthy competition," said Kennedy.

"We have got Jake, the skipper and Manny who has had a difficult season.

"Everyone is pushing each other which is for the main ambition, to go on and win the league."

With Carrington still missing, Kennedy or Kevin Roberts, back on the substitutes bench after injury last weekend, will line-up at right-back tomorrow.

"We have also got Robbo so I don't know what is going to happen with that," added Kennedy.

"I am happy wherever I am, as long as I am on the pitch I am not concerned.

"It is a nice headache for the gaffer to have I suppose."