ENTER THE DRAGON
Elliot Lee is the second Wrexham player to come off the bench on his debut and score twice.
Last time a substitute scored 2 goals for Wrexham: 8/4/17 Ntumba Massanka Bromley (a) 3-4
Last time a substitute scored for Wrexham: 5/4/22 Liam McAlinden Barnet (h) 6-0
Last Wrexham player to score on debut: 25/1/22 Ollie Palmer Grimsby Town (h) 1-0
Last Wrexham players to score on debut on the opening day of the season: 21/8/21 David Jones & Paul Mullin Solihull (a)
Last Wrexham player to score two goals on debut: 20/1/18 Scott Quigley Hartlepool (a) 2-0
Last Wrexham player to score two goals on home debut: 8/8/09 Gareth Taylor Eastbourne Borough (h) 3-0
Last player to score more than 2 goals on Wrexham debut: 25/8/1929 Albert Mays Chesterfield (h) 4-3 (4 goals)
Last goal scored by Eliot Lee: 12/2/22 Wigan 2-1 Charlton
Last home goal scored by Eliot Lee: 30/10/21 Charlton 4-0 Doncaster
Last time Wrexham conceded the first goal at home: 15/4/22 Solihull Moors (h) 1-1
Last time Wrexham came from behind to win at home: 9/4/22 Eastleigh (h) 3-2
Last time Wrexham came from behind to win: 26/4/22 Weymouth (a) 6-1
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST EASTLEIGH
First time Wrexham have won 3 consecutive games against Eastleigh.
Wrexham equal their longest unbeaten run against Eastleigh (7 games).
Elliot Lee is now Wrexham’s equal top scorer against Eastleigh.
Biggest attendance for this fixture.
Wrexham equal most consecutive home wins against Eastleigh (2)
GETTING OFF ON THE GOOD FOOT
Wrexham are unbeaten in the last 5 opening games of the season, the 5th best sequence in club history.
Wrexham's biggest attendance for the first game of the season since 16/8/1980 Chelsea (a) 2-2 20,001
Wrexham's biggest attendance for the first game of the season at The Racecourse since 18/8/1979 West Ham United (h) 1-0 13, 036
Biggest crowds at The Racecourse on opening day of the season:
Since joining the National League,
2022-23 Elliot Lee Eastleigh (h) 2-0
2014-15 Wes York Dartford (a) 2-1
2009-10 Gareth Taylor Eastbourne Borough (h) 3-0
Anthony Forde’s 275th career league appearance.