On A Roll
Last time Wrexham won 5 games in a row: August 2015 (Torquay United (h), Aldershot Town (h), Kidderminster Harriers (a), Welling United (h), Halifax Town (h)).
Last time Wrexham won 4 league games in a row: February 2019 (Maidenhead (h), Dagenham (h), Havant & Waterloovile (a), Boreham Wood (a)).
Wrexham are the only side in the National League which has won its last 4 matches.
Keeping It Tight
The central defensive partnership of Hayden, Tozer and Cleworth has now conceded a goal every 132 minutes this season, overtaking the partnership of Hayden, Tozer and Lennon.
Rob Lainton's 75th career clean sheet. 57 of them have been with Wrexham.
Wrexham’s first league clean sheet at home since 25/1/2022 Grimsby Town (h) 1-0.
Ollie Palmer’s first yellow card for Wrexham.
Wrexham’s Record Against Kings Lynn Town
Wrexham maintain their 100% record against Kings Lynn Town.
Jordan Davies is now Wrexham’s top scorer against Kings Lynn Town, with 3 goals in 4 games.
Wrexham’s first home game against Kings Lynn which wasn’t played behind closed doors.
Wrexham’s first home clean sheet against Kings Lynn.
Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus
Wrexham’s third biggest crowd on St David’s Day.
Wrexham are unbeaten since 1980 on St David's Day - 4 wins and 3 draws.
Wrexham's biggest win on St David's Day was in 1933 - 5-1 at home to Rotherham United.
The 2-0 win against Kings Lynn Town is our equal third biggest margin of victory on St David's Day.
Appropriately, our first game on St David's Day was a Welsh Cup semi-final against Caernarfon Town, which we won 3-1. We also played a Welsh Cup tie in 1950, beating Flint Town 2-0 at home.
The only other Welsh opposition we've faced on St. David's Day were Swansea City in a goalless away draw in 2003.
Wrexham have played two games in the National League on St David's Day, and won both of them. The other was a 2-0 win at Hereford in 2014.
Wrexham's top scorer on St David's Day is Tommy Bamford, who scored all three of his goals in a hat trick at home to Rotherham.
The only Wrexham player to score on two St David's days is Arfon Griffiths (1969 & 1971)