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#WXMANORAK | Wrexham 3-0 Oldham Athetic

The perfect first eleven..

6 November 2022

Feature

#WXMANORAK | Wrexham 3-0 Oldham Athetic

The perfect first eleven..

6 November 2022

THE BEST SEASON TICKET IN FOOTBALL

image2ctd.pngWrexham have won 11 home games in a row, equalling the club record for the longest run of home wins since joining the Football League, and 6th longest in the club's history.

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Wrexham have won our first 11 home games of the season, extending the club record home start to a campaign since we joined the Football League in 1921. It is also the 4th best run of home wins at the start of a season in club history.

Last time Wrexham won our first 11 home games of the season: 1920

Wrexham have won 21 of our last 22 home games.

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Wrexham have scored in each of our last 30 home games in all competitions: the 2nd best run since we joined the Football League in 1921, and the equal 5th in club history.

First time Wrexham have used 4 substitutes at The Racecourse.

Last time Wrexham kept three consecutive clean sheets: December 2021.

Wrexham haven’t conceded a goal in open play for 419 minutes.

Wrexham’s 1st goal direct from a throw-in this season.

THE WEEKLY PAUL MULLIN UPDATEWhatsApp Image 2022-11-06 at 12.58.31.jpg

Paul Mullin has now scored 47 goals for Wrexham, overtaking George Snow, Albert Mays, Steve Charles, Gordon Gunson and David Gregory, and going level with Bill Cotton and Hector Sam as our 28th highest scorer.

Mullin has scored 13 goals in 11 home games this season.

WREXHAM'S RECORD AGAINST OLDHAM ATHLETIC
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Wrexham’s 6th consecutive win against Oldham, our best sequence in this fixture.

Wrexham’s 4th consecutive home win against Oldham, our best sequence in this fixture.

Wrexham’s 8th game unbeaten against Oldham, equalling our longest run against them.

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Luke Young’s 450th career appearance and 200th Wrexham game.

Luke Young is the 60th player to make 200 appearances for Wrexham, in level 58th place with Billie Rogers and Andy Thackeray.

Young is the 3rd Wrexham player to make 200 appearances solely after we joined the National League, after Mark Carrington and Neil Ashton.


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