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23 April 2022 Venue The Laithwaite Community Stadium Attendance

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PREVIEW | Woking v Wrexham

An away game! Really!

22 April 2022

Following seven consecutive home games, we're back on the road on Saturday, with mid-table Woking providing our next test in front of the BT Sport cameras.

Kick-off will be at 5:20pm, when the Red Dragons will be looking to continue what is a 14-game unbeaten run heading into the clash.

Woking's home record is peculiar, to say the least. They haven't drawn at Kingfield all season, but have lost 12! However, the 7 home victories they have managed (although they've won more on the road), so they've never been in danger of dropping into the bottom end of the table.

They've won 5 and lost 3 in their last 8 games, and are not to be under-estimated. A month ago they welcomed Stockport County and led twice before eventually losing 3-2. 


Jordan Davies' header separated the sides as Wrexham earned their first home win of the season.

HEAD TO HEADimagew4x1i.pngimageg4b3h.pngimagemac1.pngWe enjoyed our best ever result at Woking last season, as we ran amok in the second half at Kingfield. Luke Young gave us a half time lead from the penalty spot, and Reece Hall-Johnson struck after the break to give us some breathing space.

Gold Omotayo’s first goal for Wrexham put us 3-0 up in the first minute of added time, and in the 96th minute Jordan Davies followed up his midweek hat trick at Halifax with a typical screamer.

That was our second win in 9 matches at Woking. The first came in October 2015, with Connor Jennings scoring the only goal after 28 minutes. Jennings was a constant threat and really ought to have scored more than once in a game Wrexham dominated.

The previous season we travelled to Kingfield under the caretaker management of Brian Flynn, and took the lead early in the second half through a nicely worked move which ended in James Jennings firing home. However, a Jake Lawlor own goal with a quarter of an hour left meant the game ended in a draw.

We also had a caretaker manager when we played at Woking the occasion before that. Dean Keates had just left for Walsall, so Andy Davies was in temporary charge.

We fell behind early on to a Josh Staunton goal, but the centre back equalised with an own goal twenty minutes later! Marcus Kelly put us ahead on the hour with a free kick from a wide position which he claimed was a shot rather than a cross, but with ten minutes left Woking equalised.


Our most recent defeat at Woking was in September 2016, when we were beaten 2-0.

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Jordan Davies' 100th career appearance.


Max Cleworth's 50th career game.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Woking 2-1 Wrexham

Cards come from behind to end Red Dragons' unbeaten run

23 April 2022

Wrexham missed the chance to close the gap to leaders Stockport County, as Woking came from behind to win in front of the BT Sport cameras.

Tyreke Johnson headed Liam McAlinden’s cross beyond his own goalkeeper just before half-time to break the deadlock.

But Woking got back into the game when Max Kretzschmar converted from the penalty spot after Jordan Davies’ handball, and Jamar Loza scored late to complete the comeback.

It meant a first defeat since February for Phil Parkinson’s side, who could not take advantage of Stockport’s loss at Yeovil as a result

For the eighth consecutive game, and the first on the road after seven home matches, Phil Parkinson named an unchanged starting line-up.

He was forced into a substitution after just six minutes, however – Callum McFadzean going off injured to be replaced by Liam McAlinden.

Wrexham had started brightly, but Woking grew into the game after the enforced change and Johnson wanted a penalty on nine minutes following Luke Young’s challenge; referee Robert Whitton was unmoved.

David Longe-King then headed wide from Jack Roles’ left-wing corner on the quarter-hour.

At the other end, Paul Mullin’s shot was deflected wide on 22 minutes after Davies’ cross and Young eventually shot wide when the resultant corner was kept alive by Wrexham.

Davies then ran onto Mullin’s chipped through-ball on 27 minutes but could not bring the ball down and Craig Ross gathered.

Mullin then slipped on 29 minutes after Davies charged through the middle to release the striker, who was looking to return the pass inside.

James Jones was inches away from breaking the deadlock on 36 minutes, but his thunderous left-footed clattered the crossbar and bounced well clear.

The pressure continued to build and Davies released Ollie Palmer on 39 minutes but the striker delayed his shot too long and was tackled.

Finally the pressure told – albeit via slice of fortune – in the 44th minute. Davies released McAlinden on the left, but he was too wide to shot and held onto the ball before crossing, and Johnson headed beyond the wrong-footed Ross.

After the break, James Jones’ shot was deflected wide on 52 minutes and, in the 55th minute, Davies’ left-footed free-kick was well tipped over by Ross.

Disaster struck on 65 minutes, however, when a deep free-kick was headed back inside at the back post and Davies handballed. Kretzschmar stepped up and sent Dibble the wrong way to equalise.

Frustration grew for Wrexham, and Woking were on top when Dibble saved brilliantly from Rohan Ince on 80 minutes.

Dibble saved again from Moussa Diarra’s header on 83 minutes, but Woking took the lead just minutes later.

Ben Tozer gave the ball away in defence on 86 minutes, and from a right-wing cross, Loza converted at the back post.

Hall-Johnson nearly levelled in the first of five minutes added on, after substitute Dan Jarvis’ backheel, but Diarra headed his goalbound shot clear.

Woking: Ross, Casey, McNerney, Diarra, Loza, Effiong (Kabamba 62), Kretzschmar (Anderson 86), Johnson (Nwabuokei 82), Roles, Longe-King, Ince.

Unused: Champion, Oakley

Wrexham: Dibble, Hall-Johnson, Hayden, Tozer, Cleworth (Ponticelli 86), McFadzean (McAlinden 6), Young, J.Jones (Jarvis 82), Davies, Mullin, Palmer

Unused: Camp, French

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