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#WXMANORAK | Wrexham 6-0 Barnet

Let's Talk About Six, Baby!

7 April 2022


#WXMANORAK | Wrexham 6-0 Barnet

Let's Talk About Six, Baby!

7 April 2022

The Winning Habit

Wrexham have won 11 of their last 12 games.

Wrexham’s biggest win of the season so far.

Last time Wrexham won 8 home games in a row: October-December 1994.

Wrexham are unbeaten in 13 home games for the first time since January-September 2015.

Goals, Goals, Goals


Wrexham have scored 3 or more goals in 8 of the last 12 home games, and 4 or more in 6 of the last 12 home games.

Last time Wrexham won a game by 6 goals: 2/9/00 Bangor City (a) 6-0

Last time Wrexham won a home game by 6 goals: 16/2/00 Merthyr Tydfil (h) 8-0

Last time Wrexham won a league game by 6 goals: 3/3/62 Hartlepool (h) 10-1

Last time six different players scored in a game for Wrexham: 13/11/2021 Kings Lynn Town (a) 6-2

Last time Wrexham scored 3 goals in both halves of a match: 08/12/2012 Nuneaton Borough (h) 6-1

In scoring 6 goals in consecutive home league games, we've achieved something which we've only done once before in modern times. That other occasion came in January 1933 when we beat (Hartlepool 8-1 and then Southport 6-0, both in the Third Division North.

We have enjoyed similar back-to-back successes, but only before we joined the Football League. We need to be careful in comparing games from that period with the modern day game, as we were clearly playing at a different level of competition. However, they should certainly be acknowledged in the club records as they are a part of our history. So, last week was the 4th time we've scored 6 or more in consecutive home league games, but the 1933 games were probably the only instance we could describe as a similar ahievement against comparable opponents.

In 1902 we won 2 consecutive home games 9-0, against Newton-le-Willows and then Bangor - in the Combination League.

We enjoyed some high-scoring wins when we were in the Welsh League in the 19th Century, and in the process gave the current team something to aim for! In 1894, we won three consecutive home games, scoring 6 or more in the process. We beat Rhos 9-0, Chirk 6-3 and Rhosytyllen Victoria 7-2.

Our next match at home saw us let ourselves down, only beating Mold Red Star 4-0! However, we soon got back in the swing of things with an 11-1 win over Caegwrle Wanderers, our biggest ever home victory, and then a 7-1 victory over Macclesfield Town in the FA Cup. That's six consecutive home wins, and we scored 6 or more in 5 of them!

The legendary Harry Trainer scored in all those matches, including three hat tricks, and ended up with 14 goals from the 6 games. Something for Mister Mullin and Mister Palmer to consider!


It was also the 5th time in our history that we've scored 6 or more in consecutive league matches, regardless of venue.

The two 9-0 wins in 1892, the 1933 victories and the Welsh League wins over Rhos and Chirk all came back-to-back. 

However, the club record is 3 consecutive league games in which we scored 6 or more, despite the fact that the first two were away from home! In 1899 we won 6-1 at Rhyl, then 8-2 at Aberystwyth before returning to The Racecourse to triumph 8-2 over Newton, all in the Combination League!

Wrexham have scored 6 or more goals in 3 league matches this season. We've only achieved this more often twice - in 1894-5 and 1899-1900.


Before this season, Wrexham had only scored 6 or more goals in 3 league games this century: April 2003 Carlisle United (h) 6-1; March 2005 Hartlepool United (a) 6-4; December 2012 Nuneaton Borough (h) 6-1.

In the 43 years between 1978 and 2021, Wrexham scored 6 or more goals in a league game 5 times.

Paullie Mulmer

Paul Mullin has scored in 7 consecutive home games, the most by a Wrexham player since Gary Bennett (11 games in 1993)

Both Paul Mullin and Ollie Palmer scored in 5 of the last 8 games they started together.

Mullin and Palmer have started together in 10 games: 16 goals, 3 assists, 8 wins, 2 draws.

Only 5 players in Wrexham's history have got to 10 goals in fewer games than Ollie Palmer.


The Crowds Keep Coming

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Wrexham‘s first 17 home league games of the season have all attracted attendances in excess of 5,000 for the first time since the 1978-9 season.

The first time 16 consecutive Wrexham home league games had attendances in excess of 7,500 since May 1979.

Off The Mark


Ben Tozer’s first Wrexham goal.

Ben Tozer first goal since: 24/11/20 Cheltenham 1-1 Cambridge

277727627_1104691133707405_8849430414522553283_n.jpgLiam McAlinden’s first Wrexham goal.

Liam McAlinden’s last goal: 20/5/21 Tranmere 1 Morecambe 2 (winning goal in play-off semi-final).

Liam McAlinden’s last home goal: 8/5/21 Morecambe 2 Bradford City 0

McAlinden is the first Wrexham substitute to score since 18/12/2021 James Jones Gloucester City (h) 5-1

Last goal scored by Wrexham substitute in the league: 13/11/2021 Cameron Green Kings Lynn (a) 6-2

Last league goal scored at home by a Wrexham substitute: 13/03/2021 Jordan Ponticelli Weymouth (h) 2-0

Wrexham’s Record v Barnet


Wrexham’s biggest win over Barnet.

Wrexham achieved both their biggest home and away wins over Barnet this season.

Wrexham’s 4th league double over Barnet.

Wrexham have kept 4 consecutive clean sheets against Barnet.

Wrexham are unbeaten in 9 games against Barnet, extending our best run in this fixture.

Biggest crowd for a game between Wrexham and Barnet.

Highest goal aggregate in a Wrexham-Barnet game.

Wrexham’s 9th clean sheet against Barnet.

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