Wrexham AFC manager Phil Parkinson has provided a mixed injury update following Saturday’s goalless draw against Bromley.
Defender Aaron Hayden was replaced at half-time at Hayes Lane, while goalkeeper Rob Lainton left the field on a stretcher during the second half, having suffered similar bad luck in the same fixture last season.
Asked about the duo in his post-match interview, Parkinson said: “We think Rob has broken his wrist, which would be a real blow for him and for us.
“I’ve just gone into the dressing room and haven’t seen him, so presume he’s gone to hospital. It’s unfortunate.
“Aaron hasn’t been feeling well in the build-up; we gave him some meds and he felt okay this morning but felt he couldn’t continue at half-time.”
The game itself saw the Red Dragons extend their unbeaten run to eight games in all competitions, with two home games – against Halifax Town and Dover Athletic – to come next week.
UPDATED - March 21, 2022:
The Club can confirm Rob Lainton suffered a fracture and dislocation at Bromley, and will now face an operation on Wednesday. All at the Club would like to wish Rob well with his recovery.