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MATCH PREVIEW | Wrexham AFC vs Dagenham & Redbridge

Red Dragons look to maintain winning streak

12 September 2022

Wrexham AFC bid to make it five wins in a row when Dagenham & Redbridge visit the Racecourse Ground on Tuesday September 13, for a match which kicks off at 7.45pm.

Phil Parkinson’s side have scored 16 goals on their way to four consecutive wins to move to second in the Vanarama National League Table after seven games in total.

And after the weekend’s fixtures were postponed as a mark of respect following the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Wrexham’s return to action will come on a Tuesday night at the Cae Ras.

With a packed stadium on the cards, Wrexham will be looking for just their fifth win against the Daggers in the National League and to bolster their goalscoring record in this fixture.

Team News

Jacob Mendy staked his claim for a regular starting spot when he replaced Callum McFadzean in the starting line-up against Dorking and delivered a goal and an assist in a 5-0 win ten days ago.

Elliot Lee stepped off the bench to score his third Wrexham goal in that win, meanwhile, and Phil Parkinson’s options for rotation include Sam Dalby, Jordan Tunnicliffe and Tom O’Connor too.

Christian Dibble and Rob Lainton remain sidelined in goal, while Reece Hall-Johnson is back on the grass in training but still some weeks short of a return to the side.

Dagenham may make changes, meanwhile, after being stunned at home by Notts County last time out – the Mapgies running riot to win 5-0. Mo Sagaf and Josh Walker appeared off the bench in that game, and both could be among the players to come into the team for this one.

The Opposition

Dagenham & Redbridge have had a mixed bag of a season so far, winning two, drawing two and losing three of their seven matches.

They beat Bromley 4-1 on Bank Holiday Monday for just their second win of the season and looked to be back to their best as Junior Morias scored twice and Mauro Vilhete and a Callum Reynolds own goal also helped them on their way.

But last time out, a stinging 5-0 loss to Notts County undid their goal difference gained and also meant a third game in seven without scoring.

Big striker Paul McCallum – who has scored against Wrexham for Dagenham in each of the last two seasons, but both times in Dagenham not Wrexham, has three goals for the season.

Elsewhere, Daryl McMahon’s key has been consistency, with a number of long-serving players in the Daggers’ ranks.

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Live audio commentary will be available via WrexhamPlayer, with match updates also posted to the Club's official Twitter account. Very limited tickets remain on general sale for this fixture.

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Match Reports

REPORT | Wrexham AFC 4 – 1 Dagenham & Redbridge

Palmer and Mullin hit two goals apiece in dominant home win

13 September 2022

Ollie Palmer and Paul Mullin each scored twice as Wrexham stormed to a dominant home win against Dagenham & Redbridge.

Each striker scored a header in the first-half and added to their tallies after the break, and not only Junior Morias’ late consolation could dampen the atmosphere as Wrexham made it five wins in a row.

The Red Dragons dominated from start to finish to make it 20 goals in the last five games, and maintain their 100 per cent home record.

Wrexham started on the front foot from the very first whistle, forcing a throw-in within a minute, but Ben Tozer’s delivery was caught by Elliot Justham.

In the tenth minute, Mullin wanted a penalty but referee Andrew Miller was unmoved after the striker went down under pressure by the byline.

Moments later, James Jones hit the ball from the edge of the area but his shot was well saved by Justham low to his right.

Palmer had a shot cleared from the edge of the box on 21 minutes, and Mullin’s dipping effort was just wide in the 23rd minute but the pressure did finally tell.

Anthony Forde crossed from the right and Palmer stooped low to head in from close range on 25 minutes.

Forde and Luke Young both saw efforts deflect wide as Wrexham continued to dominate proceedings, and a string of corners saw both Palmer and Jordan Davies head wide.

Kamarl Grant, on his Dagenham debut, was perhaps fortunate to receive just a yellow card on 38 minute after a reckless lunge sent Jacob Mendy sprawling.

From the resultant free-kick, Justham saved from Aaron Hayden’s flick-on, and Mullin’s attempted backheel as he ran away from goal was blocked.

But the striker did get the second on the stroke of half-time – nodding in at the back post when a vicious corner was not dealt with.

After the break, Mullin attempted a cheeky chip just a minute into the second-half, but Justham stood tall to claim it.

There was then a long delay, however, as Yoan Zouma received treatment following a nasty fall on 48 minutes and was eventually stretchered off.

Dagenham had a couple of half-chances but struggled to test Mark Howard, while on 69 minutes Young headed Mullin’s cross back inside but it evaded Palmer.

Mullin slid home Wrexham’s third in the 72nd minute, however, finishing low across goal.

And Palmer added a fourth with 15 minutes remaining, from a similar finish, rifling in a powerful finish that took a deflection on its way in.

Morias’ thunderous strike earned a late consolation in the sixth minute of stoppage time for the visitors.

Wrexham could have added a stunning fifth a minute later, after a passing move took the Red Dragons from back to front, but Justham clawed Elliot Lee’s shot away and then denied Sam Dalby from the rebound.

But Wrexham were still left to celebrate a comfortable home win, which leaves them second in the National League.

Wrexham: Howard (GK), Forde, Hayden, Tozer, Cleworth, Mendy (McFadzean 89), J.Jones, Young (c), J.Davies, Mullin (Lee 76), Palmer (Dalby 84)

Subs: Watson, Tunnicliffe

Dagenham & Redbridge: Justham (GK), Zouma (Phipps 56), Ling, Robinson, Weston, Grant, Sagaf, Vilhete, Morias, McCallum, Walker

Subs: Strizovic, Mussa, Lawson

Referee: Jacob Miles

Attendance: 9,835

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Ticket News

TICKET NEWS | One further block released for Dagenham match

Extra seats available for tonight’s game… but be quick

13 September 2022

We are pleased to confirm we have been able to release one final block of tickets for tonight’s otherwise sold-out home fixture against Dagenham & Redbridge.

The tickets can be bought in store or online, but be quick.

Wrexham go in search of a fifth consecutive win in tonight’s match, which could take place in front of a crowd of more than 9,000 supporters for the tenth consecutive home game.

To buy your tickets, visit now.

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