Wrexham go top of the table for the first time since October 1st.
Wrexham scored our 50th league goal of the season in our 18th league game. This is a club record since joining the Football League in 1921, and the third quickest we've reached this figure in our history.
In 22 of our previous 121 seasons we’ve failed to score 50 league goals.
We have only scored at a higher rate than we are this season (2.78 goals per league game) in 6 previous seasons in our history, all of which being before we entered the Football League. The most games we played in those seasons was a mere 26.
Last time Wrexham went 9 games unbeaten: Feb-April 2022
Aaron Hayden scored his ninth goal of the season, the most he’s managed in a season.
Before Hayden joined Wrexham, he scored 15 goals in 156 games, at a rate of a goal every 10.4 games. For Wrexham he has scored 17 goals in 67 games at a rate of a goal every 3.94 games.
First goal Wrexham have conceded in 389 minutes.
First goal Wrexham have conceded in open play in 461 minutes.
THE WEEKLY PAUL MULLIN UPDATE
Mullin scored his 48th goal for Wrexham, overtaking Bill Cotton and Hector Sam, and going level with Ernest Phythian and Thomas Lewis as Wrexham’s 26th highest scorer of all time.
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST SCUNTHORPE UNITED
Wrexham equal our best away win against Scunthorpe.
Wrexham equal our best run of consecutive away wins at Scunthorpe (2).
Phil Parkinson’s 75th game as Wrexham manager.
Parkinson is the 19th manager to reach this milestone out of 33.
Parkinson has the best win percentage of any Wrexham manager.
Parkinson has the best points per game ratio of any Wrexham manager.
Parkinson has the best loss percentage of any Wrexham manager who has been in charge of more than 25 games.
Parkinsons’s points per game ration is better with Wrexham than with any other club he has managed.
Jordan Tunnicliffe’s 275th league appearance.
Sam Dalby’s 100th career match.