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PREVIEW | Wrexham vs Maidenhead United

Part three of our four-game run of home fixtures

31 October 2022

After two impressive victories over Halifax Town and Altrincham, Wrexham look to complete a run of three home league games with another win. The Red Dragons take on Maidenhead United on Tuesday November 1, with the match at the Racecourse Ground kicking off at 7.45pm.

Saturday's excellent 4-0 win over Altrincham maintained the remarkable home form Phil Parkinson's side has enjoyed this year. We've won 19 of our last 20 home league games, and have dropped just 4 points from 66 at The Racecourse. The goals have been flowing too: 34 in eight home matches at an average of 4.25 per match, and 73 in 21 over the calendar year in North Wales.

But which teams have taken points from us on our own patch? Solihull Moors and Maidenhead United. 

Wrexham might be in spectacular home form, but United are opponents who not only have a recent habit of coming out on top of the Red Dragons, but also have already shown their ability to beat the best teams in the division this season.

Maidenhead jumped up to 15th place on Saturday after a 1-0 win over Bromley, who in turn dropped out of the play-off places.

“It was nice to get what we deserved. It’s nice to win against a decent side today. We have to press and play with energy, but we got that goal in the end and I’m delighted.”
Maidenhead manager Alan Devonshire

Cole Kpekawa scored the only goal with five minutes left, while debutant goalkeeper Alexis Andre Jnr, in for the suspended Daniel Gyollai, kept a clean sheet in a determined performance. 

Andre will remain in goal at The Racecourse as Gyollai is still unavailable following a bizarre incident last Saturday against Solihull Moors, in which he lashed out at an opponent, earning a red card and conceding a penalty in the process.

Bromley aren't the only high-flying side to have fallen to The Magpies either. They also beat Woking currently 5th in the table, at home, and started this month with a terrific 2-1 win at Chesterfield. The margin of victory would have been greater but for a last minute goal by The Spireites.

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Wrexham have a score to settle with Maidenhead United after last season. The Magpies were expert party-poopers, spoiling Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds’ first experience of watching Wrexham in the flesh with a 3-2 home win, and then grabbing an equaliser in the second minute of added time at The Racecourse.

Paul Mullin was the pivotal figure in both matches: at Maidenhead the referee sent Bryce Hosannah off rather than Mullin in a case of mistaken identity, and he fought the law again in the return match.

He was dismissed for a late challenge, which is ironic as it was the earliest red card ever received by a Wrexham player, after just four minutes.

The ten men responded impressively and took the lead through Aaron Hayden. The Magpies would thwart us in injury time though, and we shouldn’t have been surprised as they haven’t lost to us in four seasons.

They’re unbeaten in their last six matches against us, which is a remarkable turnaround in the fixture as before that run we’d won the first four games against United.

Maidenhead have won once at The Racecourse, in October 2020. We started well but they took the lead in the 24th minute against the run of play and we just couldn’t get things going after that, perhaps hampered by having to play behind closed doors.

Our most recent win in this fixture came in January 2019, when Luke Young scored the only goal with a typically spectacular strike.

Young is our equal top scorer in this fixture, alongside Jordan Davies and Manny Smith, with two goals. However, Young also has the unwanted distinction of a third goal in this fixture, at the wrong end in a 2-2 home draw two seasons ago!


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Jordan Davies’ 125th career match.

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT | Wrexham vs Maidenhead United

Red Dragons make it ten home wins on the bounce

1 November 2022

Aaron Hayden’s first-half header secured victory against a resilient Maidenhead side, making it ten straight wins at the Racecourse.

Hayden put Wrexham into the ascendancy as his header sailed past Alexis Andre Jr, leaving him with no chance of saving. 

Paul Mullin could have doubled the lead in the final ten minutes of the match from the spot, but he fired wide.

Despite relentless Wrexham pressure, Andre Jr kept the Magpies in the game right until the full-time whistle, with a superb performance in between the sticks.

Wrexham move one point behind league leaders Notts County, as they finished one goal a piece with Bromley.

Phil Parkinson named two changes to the eleven that beat Altrincham convincingly at the weekend. 

Bryce Hosannah came back into the starting lineup along with Elliot Lee, replacing Callum McFadzean and Jordan Davies.

In a different type of contest to that of Altrincham, Wrexham dominated proceedings from the kick-off, looking to break between the lines of a regimented Magpies' defence.

The first chance of the evening fell to Mullin, as he linked up with Hosannah down the left-hand side, before firing into the side netting.

Ben Tozer looked like he’d broken the deadlock after he poked the ball goalbound, but somehow Andre Jr clawed it away.

However, on the half-hour mark, Hayden put Wrexham into the lead with a leaping header, scoring his eighth of the season.

Moments after The Red Dragons took the lead, Ben Tozer was forced off the pitch for an extended period of treatment after a clash of heads left the centre-back bloodied. 

The visitors struggled to create any chances of note during the first half, but Charlee Adams looked to turn things up a notch in the second, as his volley flashed narrowly wide of Howard’s post.

It should have been two for Wrexham and two for Hayden ten minutes into the half, as his flicked effort was saved, and he knee’d the rebound onto the roof of the net.

Chances came again for Parkinson’s men, as Tozer’s deflected was saved well by Andre Jr’s feet, and he palmed away the rebound resulting in an unfortunate clash of heads with Palmer.

Mullin should have sealed the victory, as he was bundled down in the area, but fired the penalty wide of the post. 

James Jones had a gilt-edged opportunity to double the lead just as the 90 minutes were up, but Andre Jr stood firm to deny the midfielder.

Andre Jr’s inspired form continued as he somehow managed to tip Jordan Davies’ thunderous strike around the post.

Wrexham AFC: Howard, Forde, Hayden, Tozer, Tunnicliffe (O’Connor 71’), Hosannah ( McAlinden 90’) , Young ©, Jones, Lee (Davies 85’) , Palmer, Mullin

Subs not used: Watson and Dalby

Maidenhead United: Andre Jr, Asare (Sparkes 78’), De Havilland, Kpewka, Clerima, Barrat, Clifton, Arthur (Smith 66’), Upward ( Ferdinand 36’), Massey ©, Adams

Subs not used: Beckwith and Nathaniel-George

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TICKET NEWS | Maidenhead United (H) back on sale to members from Monday October 17

Remaining tickets for rescheduled match available next week

14 October 2022

Tickets for our re-arranged home game against Maidenhead United on Tuesday November 1, which kicks off at 7.45pm, go on sale to members from 10am from Monday October 17.

Members can purchase one ticket per account, and the members priority window will remain open until Wednesday October 26 at 10am, when any remaining tickets will go on general sale.

The fixture was originally scheduled to take place on Saturday September 10 but was postponed by the National League following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. All tickets bought for the original game are still valid for the rearranged fixture.

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 to use the eTicket/print-at-home option wherever possible.



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Macron Stand & Wrexham Lager Stand

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Any wheelchair users or other supporters requiring accessible tickets pay as per the relevant age bracket. Any wheelchair users, supporters requiring accessible seating, and supporters requiring a companion ticket, must contact our Disability Liaison Officer, Kerry Evans on, to purchase. These tickets cannot be processed in the Club Shop.

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Further information on memberships is available here, with packages still available to purchase ahead of the new season.

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