This was the highest scoring play-off in the history of the National League.
Highest scoring play-off in English professional football since: 11/5/15 League One semi-final second leg: Swindon Town 5-5 Sheffield United
Third highest goal aggregate for a Wrexham game this century.
Second highest goal aggregate for a Wrexham game since joining the National League
22nd highest goal aggregate in Wrexham's history.
Paul Mullin is the first Wrexham player to score twice in a play-off since Ollie Kearns in our first play-off match: 21/05/1989 Scunthorpe United (h) 3-1
Wrexham's 13th play-off match.
First time Wrexham have scored 4 goals in a play-off.
First time Wrexham have conceded more than 3 goals in a play-off.
Largest Wrexham home crowd for a play-off.
Off The Bench
First time 4 substitutes were used per team in a competitive game at The Racecourse.
Last time Wrexham conceded a goal by a substitute: 22/3/22 Zak Dearnley Halifax Town (h) 3-1
Wrexham's Record Against Grimsby Town
Last home defeat: 30/11/2021 Yeovil Town (h) 0-2
Last time we conceded 5 goals at home twice in a season: 2004-5 (Hartlepool 1-5; Tranmere 1-5)
Last time a side equalised twice at The Racecourse: 25/2/18 Aldershot (h) 2-2
Last time Wrexham led twice and lost: 8/2/20 Chesterfield (a) 2-3
Last time Wrexham led twice at home and lost: 21/9/04 Sheff Utd (h) 2-3