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Hector Sam takes on Saints' Chris King when the sides last met at Treflan
[Keith Williams/Sportpixs]
SAINTS will travel to the Racecourse Ground for next Wednesday's FAW Premier Cup semi-final.
Wrexham set up the meeting by beating Newport County 2-0 at Spytty Park on Wednesday night.
TNS have met the Dragons three times previously in the competition, most recently in January 2004, when they lost 2-0 at Treflan in the quarter-finals.
Trailing 1-0 to a first-half Hector Sam goal, TNS put Wrexham's defence under heavy pressure in the second half and a corner from the right was headed goalwards by Steve Evans and twice appeared to be over the line first as it was saved by Dragons' keeper Andy Dibble and again, as the ball rebounded, Tommy Holmes' prod appeared to be clutched by the keeper over the line.
Wednesday offers a chance to avenge that defeat - the game kicks-off at 7.00pm with admission prices likely to be £5 adults, £3 children, pay at the gate.
25 January 2021