North Wales Crusaders chief executive Andy Moulsdale has called on supporters to get Queensway Stadium rocking as the Wrexham club continue their hunt for the League 1 play-offs this weekend.
Despite defeat at Oldham last time out, a three-match winning run before that has put Crusaders in a good position to fight for a play-off spot.
And Anthony Murray’s men will be hoping to add to their points tally when they tackle Doncaster at Queensway on Sunday.
Moulsdale said: “It’s a big game as we chase a play-off spot.
“We’ve been playing well lately and it’d be great to see fans new and old down at Queensway to get behind the lads.
“There was great atmosphere at the last home game against Workington and it definitely made a difference.
“If we get a positive result against Doncaster, it’ll put us in a really strong position to kick on for the rest of the season.
“The lads have done well to get themselves in this position and we’re now getting the results that our performances across the season have warranted.
“We didn’t get some of the results we wanted at the start of the season but, as a club, we stuck together and it’s all starting to take shape now.”
Tickets for the match are priced at £12 for adults, £10 for concessions and £2 for U16s.