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PREVIEW | Wrexham vs Wealdstone

Can The Red Dragons continue their fine form?

19 November 2021

After a remarkable week on the road, Wrexham return to The Racecourse hoping to get back to winning ways at home.

The last home match was a frustrating 1-1 draw with Torquay, which saw Phil Parkinson’s team control the opening hour of the game but fail to kill off The Gulls, who fought back determinedly.

Wrexham’s fixtures have been imbalanced between home and away games this season, a factor few have considered when looking at the league table. We’ve played 5 home league games so far, taking 9 points from 15, while 9 games have been played away. Last week’s results mean we’ve amassed 14 points from the 27 available on the road.

Wealdstone come into the game on a good run of form. Unbeaten in three they wo their last two matches 1-0 at home. One of those victories was an impressive win over Grimsby Town, who were top of the table at the time.

They beat Barnet last Saturday, despite having lost Dennon Lewis in midweek. The winger was outstanding as Wealdstone beat Wrexham 4-3 last season, and has been a key player for the Stones during their current spell in the fifth tier, but departed for title-chasing Boreham Wood.

HEAD TO HEAD

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Our first encounters with Wealdstone were certainly action-packed.

Our paths had never crossed before last season, but if you enjoy goals the pairing was worth the wait! The sides shared 12 goals in two games, and split the 6 points between them too.

The away match was a frenzied affair, with the lead regularly changing hands, own goals flying in and an absolute worldy to boot from the home side, just when the tide seemed to have turned in our favour.

Adi Yussuf scored his first two goals for Wrexham, but it wasn’t enough to deny The Stones a 4-3 match.

They arrived at The Racecourse keen to repeat that success and went into the break 1-0 up, but Wrexham put in a fine second half performance to sweep them away.

Kwame Thomas swiftly equalised after the resumption, and a Luke Young goal meant we were ahead within the first ten minutes of the half. Thomas grabbed another and Dior Angus rounded off a 4-1 win.

POTENTIAL MILESTONES

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Reece Hall-Johnson’s 125th career league appearance.

 

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Match Reports

REPORT | Wrexham 0-0 Wealdstone

Reds split points as hero keeper earns Stones a share

20 November 2021

George Wickens first-half heroics proved to be the difference as Wrexham were held to a goalless draw in front of a bumper crowd at the Racecourse.

Phil Parkinson made one change from last weekend’s side that ran riot at Kings Lynn, as Rob Lainton returned to the starting line-up, and Jake Hyde came back into the matchday squad.

It’s the first time the Red Dragons have failed to score so far this season as they extended their unbeaten run at home.

George Wickens made three outstanding saves on the half-hour mark, ultimately denying Wrexham of three straight wins in the league for the first time this season.

The first of his saves came from a bullet header from Aaron Hayden, which forced the Stones stopper into a point-blank save.

The second and third came from a Ben Tozer header which was tipped over and a well-struck shot from first-team Captain Luke Young was parried wide.

The first chance of the game fell to hosts, as Paul Mullin’s glancing header was cleared off the line from Ben Tozer’s surging long-throw inside the opening exchanges.

Rhys Browne had the first real chance to open the scoring for the visitors, as his curled shot was saved comfortably by Rob Lainton.

The Stones thought they’d opened the scoring as Umerah’s chipped shot was saved by Rob Lainton and Browne headed home from an offside position to deny them the lead.

Rhys Browne had a golden opportunity to send the visitors ahead twenty minutes from time, as his header was just miscued, and landed just wide with Rob Lainton rooted to the floor.

A well-crafted move by the reunited Paul Mullin and Jake Hyde brought the Reds close in the 79th minute, but Mullin’s flashed cross was just out of the reach of substitute Hyde.

The final chance of the game fell to topscorer Paul Mullin, but he couldn’t get the connection he wanted on his strike which rose well over the bar.

Today’s point means we go into Tuesday night’s away fixture at FC Halifax Town in 10th place.

Wrexham AFC: Lainton (GK), Hall Johnson, Hayden, Tozer, Lennon, Hosannah (Green 45’), Jones(Jarvis 73’), Young ©, Davies, Mullin, Ponticelli (Hyde 65’)

Subs not used: Dibble, Brisley, 

Bookings: Mullin (65’), Jones (72’)

Wealdstone: Wickens (GK), Cook ©, Charles, Umerah, Browne (Bird 80’), McAvoy, Tavares (Okimo 53’), Dyer, Mundle-Smith, Cooper, Sweeney.

Subs not used: Buse, Jackson, Dronfield

Bookings: Charles (29’), Cooper(39’), Dyer  (57’)

Attendance: 8,592 (194 from Wealdstone)

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Ticket News

TICKETS | Wealdstone (H) on sale to members now

Five-day priority window now open

8 November 2021

Tickets for our next home game, against Wealdstone on Saturday November 20, are on sale to members now.

The match, at the Racecourse Ground, kicks off at 3pm and members can book their space for the game in store and online now.

Members have an exclusive period to buy tickets, until Friday November 12, and the tickets will then go on general sale from Saturday November 13.

Tickets can be bought online via our eTicketing website or in store, from the Club Shop. The Club Shop is open from 9am-5pm on weekdays and 9am-12pm on Saturdays, and we have a Sensory Hour on Wednesdays from 4pm-5pm.

All match tickets bought for these games must be collected from the Club Shop. Where possible, and to reduce queuing times on match-day, we advise supporters to collect their tickets as far in advance as they can.

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