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Wrexham set an outright club record for most games unbeaten since joining the Football League in 1921. This is now the second longest unbeaten run in the club’s history.
This is also the 8th longest unbeaten league run in the club's history, and 6th longest since 1921.
Wrexham are unbeaten at home in 16 games, the 12th longest sequence in our history, and 9th longest since 1921.
Wrexham have won 16 consecutive home games, extending the club record for seasons after we joined the Football League and the third longest overall.
We have also won our last 15 home league games, which also extends the post-1921 club record and is the third longest in the club's history.
Wrexham extend the club record of most home wins from the start of the season to 16, and extend the post-1921 record for most home league wins from the start of the season to 12, one behind the outright club record.
Last time Wrexham conceded the first goal in a league game: 25/10/22 Halifax Town (h) 3-1
Wrexham have won 5 games in which we conceded first this season.
THE WEEKLY PAUL MULLIN UPDATE
Mullin scored his 25th goal of the season; he is the 30th Wrexham player to do so.
Mullin scored his 57th Wrexham goal, overtaking Bobby Shinton and Bernard Evans to become the club's 22nd highest scorer.
Mark Howard’s 375th career appearance.
Sam Dalby’s 20th appearance as substitute this season. This is the eleventh time a player has made so many substitute appearances for Wrexham in one season.