For second-place Wrexham, a win pulls them level on points with their visitors with a game to go while a draw keeps them alive for automatic promotion, but would require Stockport to slip up.
Jordan Keane and Eliot Newby were impressive at center-back and wing-back respectively and should start again.
Wrexham: Dibble; French, Cleworth, Tozer; Hall-Johnson, Davies, Young, Jones, McFadzean; Mullin, Palmer
Stockport County: Hinchcliffe; Palmer, Johnson, Keane; Newby, Cannon, Sarcevic, Croasdale, Hippolyte; Duffus, Madden
Ones to watch
Paul Mullin (Wrexham)
The former Cambridge man has justified his decision to drop down two divisions by leading the Dragons with 24 goals, his latest coming on the weekend against Boreham Wood and should the Welsh side go up, he'll be a central figure in that.
Paddy Madden (Stockport County)
Having found the back of the net 21 times, the Irishman is leading the line in attack for the Hatters. His match-winner against Chesterfield last week from the penalty spot will go down in club lore should Stockport return to the Football League.
The two sides have met once in the league this season with Stockport coming out on top and a second time in the FA Trophy, Wrexham claiming victory on their way to the final.
In late September, Mullin put the Dragons ahead after just 52 seconds following a long clearance by goalkeeper Ron Lainton.
Madden played a part in the winner as his shot was deflected into the path of Ryan Rydel, who converted from close range.
In the FA Trophy semi-final, Mullin scored twice in second-half stoppage time, chipping goalkeeper Ben Hinchcliffe for the first and tapping in after a chip for the second.
The match will be televised on BT Sport with kick-off set for 12:30pm UK time.