Reeling off the wins
Wrexham have won 6 games in a row for the first time since September 2011.
Wrexham have won 5 league games in a row for the first time since August 2015.
Wrexham have scored 3 or more goals in 5 of the last 8 home games, and 4 or more in 4 of the last 8 home games.
Paul Mullin is the first Wrexham player to score 15 league goals in a season since Louis Moult (16 in 2014-15).
Aaron Hayden has scored more goals this season than in any previous campaign.
Aaron Hayden has scored a third of his career league goals this season.
Rob Lainton’s 4th assist for Wrexham, and second of the season.
Last time Wrexham had 3 consecutive home games and won them all: September 2002.
Last time Wrexham conceded more than one goal in a home game: 30/11/21 Yeovil Town (h) 0-2
Last time Wrexham conceded more than one goal in a home game with eleven players on the pitch: 22/05/2021 Kings Lynn (h) 5-3
Last time Wrexham lost a lead: 29/1/22 Maidenhead United (h) 1-1
Highest aggregate score in the league since: 13/11/21 Kings Lynn Town (a) 6-2
Highest aggregate score in The Racecourse since: 15/1/22 Folkestone Invicta (h) 5-1
James Jones’ first league goal at The Racecourse.
Callum McFadzean completed 90 minnutes for the first time.
THE BIG NUMBERS
Wrexham’s first 14 home league games have all attracted attendances in excess of 5,000 for the first time since the start of the 1979-80 season.
The first time 13 consecutive Wrexham home league games had attendances in excess of 7,500 since December 1978.
WREXHAM’S RECORD V BOREHAM WOOD
Biggest attendance for a Wreham v Boreham Wood game.
First time Wrexham have won 4 successive home games against Boreham Wood.
Wrexham are unbeaten in 7 games against Boreham Wood for the first time.
First time either side has scored 4 goals in this fixture.
Highest goal aggregate between Wrexham and Boreham Wood.
Ben Tozer’s 500th career appearance.
Rob Lainton’s 200th career appearance.
Rob Lainton’s 175th league appearance.