ANOTHER GAME, ANOTHER CLUB RECORD
Wrexham have won our first 9 home games of the season, the club record home start to a campaign since we joined the Football League in 1921. It is also the equal 4th best run of home wins at the start of a season in club history.
Wrexham have won our first 8 home league games of the season, setting a new club record for the best home league start to a campaign since we joined the Football League in 1921. It is also the equal 4th best run of home league wins at the start of a season in club history.
Last time Wrexham won our first 9 home games of the season: 1920
Last time Wrexham won our first 8 home league games of the season: 1920
Wrexham have won 11 league home games in a row, equalling the 3rd longest run of home league victories since joining the Football League in 1921, and the 7th longest in the club’s history.
Wrexham have won 9 home games in a row, equalling the 4th longest run of home wins since joining the Football League, and 9th longest in the club's history.
Wrexham have won 19 of our last 20 home games.
Biggest crowd since 08/05/2022 Stockport County (h) 3-0
4 of Wrexham’s last 12 league games attracted a five figure crowd. Before that, we’d only had two league crowds above 10,000 since 1980.
Wrexham’s first clean sheet since 24/9/2022 Torquay Utd (h) 6-0 8 games ago.
Wrexham’s biggest margin of victory since: 24/9/22 Torquay Utd (h) 6-0
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST ALTRINCHAM
Wrexham equal their biggest win over Altrincham, set last season.
Wrexham have won the last 4 games against Altrincham, our best run of games in this fixture.
Paul Mullin and Ollie Palmer are now Wrexham’s equal top scorers against Altrincham.
The biggest attendance for a Wrexham-Altrincham game.
Wrexham have won back-to-back home games against Altrincham for the first time.
Wrexham equal our longest unbeaten run against Altrincham (4 games).
Wrexham haven’t conceded a goal against Altrincham in 309 minutes.
THE WEEKLY MULLIN UPDATE
Paul Mullin scored his 45th goal for Wrexham, overtaking Gareth Owen, Eddie May and George Burditt and going level with Steve Charles, Gordon Gunson and David Gregory.
Phil Parkinson’s 875th match as manager.
James Jones’ first goal since: 26/4/22 Weymouth (a) 6-1
James Jones’ first home goal since: 26/3/22 Dover Athletic (h) 6-5