As FC Halifax Town prepare for their rescheduled match against Leyton Orient on Tuesday. Let’s take a look at the other league game that’ll be taking place.
Fourteenth placed Gateshead will host third place Wrexham on Tuesday night as the latter hopes to level the runner ups Aldershot on points.
Wrexham Manager Dean Keates has added to his squad by signing former Liverpool and Inverness CT defender David Raven for the remainder for the season.
Born on the Wirral, the 32-year-old has amassed over 350 senior appearances during a career which started at Liverpool, playing a few first team games for the Reds in the 2004, before a loan spell with Tranmere Rovers, then a permanent move to Carlisle United.
Raven could feature in the rescheduled fixture against Gateshead on Tuesday where as the latter’s new signing Lewis McNall hopes to implement his performance on his home debut.
McNall was delighted to score on his full home debut for the Heed since joining from Newcastle United.
The frontman scored the Heed’s opener in the third minute, breaking the offside trap to round teammate Ross Worgan and fire the ball into an empty net at the International Stadium as the home side, who were reduced to 10-men ran out as 2-1 winners.
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