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PREVIEW | Wrexham vs Woking

13 February 2023

It's second against third as Woking look to derail Wrexham's title challenge for a second season.

Another excellent home win last Saturday briefly put Phil Parkinson's side top of the table, but added to the injury issues the manager's having to deal with. Aaron Hayden and Jordan Tunnicliffe remain on the sidelines, and both Callum McFadzean and Tom O'Connor had to go off at the break against Woking.

While the duo's injuries are assessed, Max Cleworth and Harry Lennon will be in contention for a centre back berth, and Parkinson will have to decide whether Jacob Mendy's recovery means he'll be able to build on his excellent second half showing on Saturday with a full 90 minutes. If not, Liam McAlinden will be waiting in the wings, with Bryce Hosannah probably needing more minutes under his belt before making his own return from injury.

Woking, meanwhile, have recovered from 4 losses in their first 9 games to put themselves in position to claim a home semi-final spot in the play-offs. They showed hints of their promise at the end of last season when they pulled off a goalless draw at Chesterfield and beat Wrexham 2-1, a result which was a significant blow to the Red Dragons' hopes of overtaking Stockport County.

They returned to Chesterfield a week ago and reinforced their promotion credentials with a superb 3-1 victory. Last Saturday they dropped two home points to in-form Boreham Wood, but in doing so they showed terrific fighting spirit, fighting back from 2-0 down to clinch a point through two goals by Rhys Browne. That took his league total to 9 goals in 11 starts since joining on loan from Wealdstone. Having already hit 7 for the Stones this season, only 3 strikers have managed more in the National League this season.

Manager Darren Sarll has been keen to manage expectations, telling the Woking News and Mail, “Every game now has that little bit more anticipation; a little bit of edge to it because everyone starts getting a little bit giddy thinking we’re almost at the promised land [promotion to League Two] which we’re not and we’re nowhere near. 

“There’s going to be games where we’re going to be tested like we’ve not been tested before. There’s going to be games where we get beat. That’s going to happen. We’ve done well thus far but there’s a few bumps in the road ahead."

Wrexham has become, for the teams in the division now, especially at Wrexham, almost a glamour tie. It’s 9,000 [fans] in the ground. They create a very, very big atmosphere and there’s a huge expectation on that team to dominate everyone that goes there and they’ve done that this year. We’ll definitely go and try to conquer that supposedly insurmountable mountain when it comes around.

-Darren Sarll


Jordan Davies struck the only goal when Woking visited The Racecourse last season.

The season before, Dior Angus opened the scoring with his first Wrexham goal, and Luke Young made sure of the three points from the spot.

Our biggest home league win over The Cards saw Luke Summerfield score twice in a superb performance,while Dan Jarvis scored the other in a 3-0 win.

An early season clash in August 2017 saw James Jennings pinch the only goal from Manny Smith as his header was crossing the line!

The season before, John Rooney and Robbie Evans grabbed the goals in a 2-1 win, with all 3 goals coming in a dramatic 9-minute period early in the second period..

Despite a fine Dom Vose free kick cancelling out Rhys Taylor's early own goal, Gary Mills' experiemntal line-up failed in January 2016.

That 3-0 league win in 2020 matched an FA Cup victory in 2014.

In August 2014 Woking managed their first win at The Racecourse, despite a Louis Moult goal.

Our first win over Woking was on the opening day of the 2012-13 season, with Rob Ogleby, Dean Keates and Mark Creighton all hitting the net in a 3-1 win.



Eoghan O’Connell’s 200th league match.


Jacob Mendy’s 150th career appearance.


Callum McFadzean’s 50th Wrexham appearance.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Wrexham 2-2 Woking

Two goals apiece saw Wrexham and Woking take a point each

14 February 2023

Both sides failed to hold onto their respective leads, as a fifth goal evaded the second and third placed teams in the National League.

Phil Parkinson made three changes to the starting eleven, following the victory over Wealdstone last time out. Harry Lennon, Jacob Mendy and Andy Cannon all came in to start for Tom O’Connor, Callum McFadzean and James Jones. 

Wrexham got off to the worst start, as Rohan Ince’s flicked header at the front post found Padraig Amond on the opposite side, where the striker couldn’t miss his free header. 

Opportunities were limited throughout the half, as Wrexham tried to get a foothold in the game, with Andy Cannon looking the brightest.  

Jacob Mendy would find some room on the edge of the box on the left-wing, before he took a snapshot out of nowhere. The ball collided with the far-post and cannoned out agonisingly for the Wrexham wing-back with 36 minutes gone. 

Just two minutes later, Anthony Forde slammed home a free-kick from inside the ‘D’ to level the scores. The pure speed on his right-footed effort left Craig Ross with no chance. 

Half time would be called with the scores level, thanks to Forde’s sublime strike.  

A short corner just after the restart would see Elliot Lee whip in a cross from within the box. A scramble then led to Ince kneeling over the ball for a period of time, with the Wrexham players desperate to win the ball, but the Cards cleared their lines amidst screams for a penalty. 

Ollie Palmer was fed through in the box by Mendy in the 54th minute, before shifting the ball onto his right foot and being taken out by Luke Wilkinson in the process. Paul Mullin then made no mistake from the spot, as he thumped the ball into Ross’ bottom right corner. 

Substitutes James Jones and Max Cleworth came on just after the 70th minute and unfortunately were both involved in Woking’s penalty and equaliser. A quick cross came in from James Daly seeing the ball rebound off the shins of Cleworth. Daly had followed the ball in from his cross and snuck up behind Jones to win the ball first. The substitute, unaware of his presence, brought down the number seven and the referee instantly gave the decision. 

Rhys Browne calmly tucked away the resulting penalty, waiting for Mark Howard to move before pushing the ball the other way with 73 minutes on the clock. 

Aside from a stoppage time Palmer header falling at the feet of Ross, no meaningful chances were created to find that all important fifth goal from either side. 

Wrexham’s league winning run would therefore come to an end, but the unbeaten run at the Racecourse Ground continues.  

Wrexham AFC: (5-3-2): Howard (GK), Forde (Dalby 80’), O'Connell, Tozer, Lennon (Cleworth 72’), Mendy, Young (C), Cannon (J.Jones 71’), Lee, Mullin, Palmer 

Subs not used: Lainton (GK), McAlinden 

Woking FC: Ross (GK), Lofthouse, Casey (C), McNerney, Wilkinson, Daly, Amond (Hessenthaler 89’), Moss, Browne (Dackers 84’), Kellermann, Ince (Nwabuokei 82’) 

Subs not used: O’Connell, Jaaskelainen 

Attendance: 10,030 

Woking Bookings: Ince 61 (foul) 

Wrexham Bookings: None 

Man of the Match: Ollie Palmer 

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Ticket News

TICKET NEWS | Woking (H) on sale to members on Tuesday January 3

Home league game against Cards on sale this week

1 January 2023

Tickets for our home game against Woking on Saturday January 28 go on sale to members from 10am on Tuesday (January 3).

The match is scheduled to take place at the Racecourse Ground and will kick-off at 3pm.

Members can purchase one ticket per account, and the members priority window will remain open until 10am Monday January 23, when any remaining tickets will go on general sale.

Tickets can be bought in store or via our eTicketing website, at the below prices – supporters are reminded that online purchases are charged at a lower price to in-person purchases.

For instructions on how to ensure you have activated your eTicketing account and have the correct privileges attached, please see these instructions.

Tickets can be purchased as eTickets/print-at-home or as paper tickets. As ever, the Club would encourage supporters to use the eTicket/print-at-home option wherever possible.



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Macron Stand & Wrexham Lager Stand

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