An instant, headed equaliser from Ollie Palmer extended Wrexham’s unbeaten run to 14 games, as the Reds shared the points in a 1-1 draw against promotion rivals Solihull Moors.
Joe Sbarra gave the visitors the lead in the 56th minute, after converting a bobbling ball from close range.
Palmer would leap like a salmon just two minutes later to nod in a Ben Tozer long-throw to equal the scores.
Once again, Phil Parkinson named an unchanged 11 for a side that is picking itself for the moment in time in the second-versus-fourth clash.
The last time these two sides met was on the opening day of the season when fans were treated to a two-all draw and a David Jones goal of the season contender with his jaw dropping volley.
After a dominant start for the visitors, a Luke Young slip allowed Callum Maycock to run on goal and slip through Sbarra, but Tozer heroically came sliding in to deflect the ball over the bar, in what was a nervous moment for Wrexham in the ninth minute.
Space suddenly appeared outside the Moors’ box and Paul Mullin was obliged to shoot, but he slashed a swaying shot well over the bar with 12 minutes on the clock.
Wrexham fans will be running out of fingers soon to count how many times Aaron Hayden and Tozer have combined this season on long throws and this sequence was almost repeated in the 16th minute, however Hayden could only direct his header into the hands of Ryan Boot.
Jordan Davies’ unparalleled dribbling was on display in the 21st minute, as he danced down the Solihull by-line, but no one could get on the end of his flashing ball across the box, leaving Wrexham fans in dismay.
It was Palmer’s turn to strike from the edge of the box in the 23rd minute, as he cut across the ball which was destined for Boot’s far corner until it deflected off Lois Maynard and straight into Boot’s hands.
Jordan Davies’ eyes lit up as he slotted in Mullin in-behind, allowing him to take the ball around the keeper. Boot’s leg appeared to make contact with the striker, but the referee was decisive in his decision to book Mullin for diving in the 29th minute.
Palmer had certainly awoken to the challenge of Solihull, as he dribbled past Maynard and fired a shot on goal, stinging the hands of Boot. The ball eventually ended up bobbling to McFadzean on the edge of the box, who slammed a half-volley, curling away from Boot, who managed to parry it aside with 32 minutes on the clock.
Wrexham’s dominance was unquestionable, and Mullin had yet another effort on goal after Young’s miskick saw the ball land at his feet standing next to goal, but he couldn’t keep his effort down with three minutes left before half-time.
Half-time was called at 0-0 and would see Wrexham at odds with not converting one of the many chances they created in the first half, after overcoming early Moors pressure.
The dangerous Sbarra who scored a brace against the Reds in August, added to his tally in the 56th minute, after bundling in a shot through Christian Dibble’s legs, after an initial good save from the keeper.
Wrexham have a habit of coming back from behind and Palmer felt obliged to carry on this tradition, as he nodded in Tozer’s long-throw into the Solihull net just two minutes after going behind.
The Racecourse was again bouncing, featuring its highest crowd of the season and Mullin looked to capitalise on the atmosphere and slam a long-ranged effort on goal in the 59th minute, but it sailed over.
A no-look ball from Max Cleworth in the 70th minute found the on-running Mullin in the box, but the off-balanced striker couldn’t keep his shot down below the crossbar.
Mullin’s darting runs and Davies through balls have become a hallmark of Wrexham’s game and were apparent in the 72nd minute, when Mullin’s effort almost burst through the hands of Boot, but the ball was parried wide of the far-post.
Young whipped in a free-kick in the 78th minute from a similar position to Tozer’s throws, but the centre back found himself on the receiving end this time at the back-post, slashing his shot anxiously over the bar.
It was written in the stars for an eleventh injury-time goal for the Reds, but Hayden’s towering header glistened off the top of Solihull’s net.
Mullin was scampering down the left wing in the 93rd minute and his ball to the back post fell invitingly for substitute Liam McAlinden, who couldn’t find the opposite corner from his volley.
Full time was called amongst some severe pressure from Wrexham at the death and the affair would end Wrexham 1-1 Solihull Moors.
Wrexham: (5-3-2): Dibble (GK), Hall-Johnson (McAlinden 84’), Hayden, Tozer, Cleworth, McFadzean, Young (C), Jones, Davies, Mullin, Palmer
Subs not used: Camp (GK), French, Jarvis, Ponticelli
Solihull Moors: (4-4-2) Boot (GK), Clarke, Storer (C), Howe, Sbarra (Reilly 82’), Maycock, Osborne (Hudlin 71’), Barnett, Boyes, Dallas (Newton 71’), Maynard
Subs not used: Cranston, Ellis
Referee: Garreth Rhoades
Wrexham Bookings: Mullin 29’ (simulation)
Solihull Moors Bookings: Sbarra 35’ (foul)
Attendance: 9,981 (226 away)
Man of the Match: Luke Young