What's The Story? Trophy Glory
Wrexham reach the last 32 of the Bristol Street Motors Trophy for the first time since we won it in 2005.
Wrexham have lost just 1 of our last 15 games in cup competitions.
The attendance of 7,870 is Wrexham’s lowest at Stok Cae Ras this season, but is also our second largest home crowd ever in this competition.
LEAN, MEAN, FIGHTING McCLEAN
James McClean’s first goal for Wrexham.
Last goal McClean scored: 18/3/23 Watford 1-1 Wigan Athletic
Last home goal McClean scored: 12/11/22 Wigan Athletic 2-1 Blackpool
Last time a Wrexham substitute both scored a goal and made an assist in the same game: Sam Dalby 25/03/23 York City (h) 3-0
This is the 13th time two substitutes have scored in the same game for Wrexham.
For the first time in the club’s history, two substitutes have scored in the same game three times this season. Previously, this had never happened more than once in a season.
A Wrexham substitute has scored in each of our last 4 home games.
Substitutes have scored 6 goals of the last 8 goals Wrexham have scored at home.
9 goals have been scored by substitutes for Wrexham this season, which is already the 6th most in club history.
THE REGULAR PAUL MULLIN UPDATE
Paul Mullin scored his 85th goal for Wrexham, and is our 13th highest goal scorer of all time.
Paul Mullin’s first goal as a substitute for Wrexham.
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST PORT VALE
Wrexham’s first win over Port Vale since October 2003.
Dan Davies’ debut.
Jake Bickerstaff’s 50th career match.