Wrexham extend the club record unbeaten run to 23 games.
Wrexham’s club record run of home wins to start a season ends at 16 games.
Wrexham’s run of consecutive home wins ends at 16, the third longest in our history, the longest since 1905 and the longest since joining the Football League in 1921.
Wrexham are unbeaten in 17 home games, the 11th longest run in our history and the 9th since 1921.
Last time we lost the lead twice in a game: 8/10/22 Barnet (h) 7-5
Last time we drew after leading twice: 24/02/2018 Aldershot Town (h) 2-2
Last time we drew a home game from a losing position: 15/4/22 Solihull Moors (h) 1-1
Only the third time in 17 home games this season that Wrexham have conceded 3 goals.
Last time Wrexham conceded 2 goals in a home game: 18/10/22 Blyth Spartans (h) 3-2
Last time Wrexham conceded 3 goals in a home game: 8/10/22 Barnet (h) 7-5
Last time we conceded 2 goals in a half in a home game: 18/10/22 Blyth Spartans (h) 3-2
Most goals in a Wrexham FA Cup tie since 28/10/2014 Macclesfield Town (h) 5-2
Last time a Wrexham substitute scored in an FA Cup match: 18/10/2016 Stamford (h) 2-3
James Jones is the first player to score as a substitute for Wrexham twice in the same month since Rekeil Pike in August 2018.
Tenth time a Wrexham player has scored twice in a month as a substitute.
THE WEEKLY PAUL MULLIN UPDATE
Mullin scored his 60th Wrexham goal, and is our 22nd highest scorer of all time.
Mullin’s 10th goal for Wrexham in the FA Cup: he is our 8th highest scorer of all time in the competition.
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST SHEFFIELD UNITED
Biggest crowd for this fixture at The Racecourse.
Equal highest goal aggregate in a game between Wrexham and Sheffield United.
Ben Tozer’s 550th career appearance.
Max Cleworth’s 75th career appearance.
Tom O’Connor has scored more goals this season (7) than in any other season of his career.