Early Send Off
Paul Mullin’s red card in the 4th minute is the earliest a Wrexham player has ever been sent off.
The 5 red cards Wrexham have received so far this season are the 11th most we’ve received in a single campaign.
Wrexham have had a player sent off home and away against the same team in each of the last three seasons (2021-22 Paul Mullin twice v Maidenhead; 2020-21 Tyler French & Fiacre Kelleher v Eastleigh; 2019-20 Jake Lawlor & Leighton McIntosh v Halifax.)
11 of the 15 points Wrexham have dropped since drawing with Chesterfield have been in games where we’ve had a player sent off in the first half.
Wrexham have received 5 red cards in 30 games this season; we’ve only received more red cards after 30 games of a season twice:
Paul Mullin is the 44th Wrexham player to be sent off more than once for us.*
Paul Mullin is the 20th Wrexham player to be sent off more than once in a season for us.*
* Although Bryce Hosannah received the red card at Maidenhead, it was Mullin who received the punishment after the case of mistaken identity was clarified.
Last time Wrexham lost a lead at home: 30/10/21 Torquay United (h) 1-1
Last time Wrexham conceded an injury time goal which changed the outcome of the match: 21/08/2021 Solihull Moors (a) 2-2 Joe Sbarra 90+4
Last time Wrexham conceded an injury time goal at home which changed the outcome of the match: 5/4/21 Torquay United (h) 0-1 Sam Sherring
Last time a substitute scored against Wrexham at The Racecourse: 22/5/21 Simeon Jackson Kings Lynn (h) 5-3 [2 GOALS]
Aaron Hayden’s first goal at The Racecourse
Aaron Hayden’s last home goal: 26/12/20 Carlisle 3 Bolton 3
The Big Numbers
This is the first season in which Wrexham’s first 11 home league games all attracted attendances in excess of 5,000, and the first time 10 consecutive Wrexham home league games had attendances in excess of 7,500 since the start of the 1979-80 season.
Wrexham's Record Against Maidenhead United
8,759 is the biggest attendance for a game between Wrexham and Maidenhead.
Wrexham beat Maidenhead in our first 4 clashes, but haven't won in 6 subsequent games.
Paul Mullin’s 350th career appearance.
James Jones’ 250th career appearance.
Reece Hall-Johnson’s 50th Wrexham game.