Wrexham AFC have sent a message to their supporters and voiced their “frustrations” that match arrangements are yet to be confirmed by Rangers.

The Rangers Colts will host Wrexham in the Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup quarter-final with the game originally scheduled for Saturday the 16th of November.

However, in the last match with Solihull Moors Rangers were forced into rearranging the fixture due to several youth international call-ups.

Given this tie falls during an international break it could well be the same case here.

In a statement to fans on Wrexham’s website the Welsh outfit said:

“Wrexham AFC have engaged with all necessary parties regarding the scheduled SPFL Tunnocks Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup quarter-final game against Rangers Colts.

“The club are still waiting for the match arrangements to be confirmed by Rangers.

“Wrexham AFC are working diligently to gain confirmation and we share any frustrations with supporters who would like to make arrangements to watch the match.

“We will continue to chase this up and as soon as these arrangements are passed to the club we will announce the match details.”

Whilst you can understand the club’s frustrations with their loyal travelling support waiting in the wings to book travel arrangements, Rangers could well be hamstrung by squad announcements.

Graeme Murty is the manager of the Rangers Colts side. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

You imagine Rangers are waiting to see how many of those youngsters starring for the Colts are called up for international duty to give grounds to rearrange the tie.

Rangers defeated English Conference side Solihull Moors on penalties after a 3-3 draw to reach the Quarter Final.

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