PREVIEW | Maidenhead United v Wrexham

Macclesfield Town
Posted:Sun 06 Aug 2017

Maidenhead United v Wrexham

Date: 08/08/2017
Kick-Off: 19:45
Location: York Road, Maidenhead
Competition: Vanarama National League

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Following on from Saturday’s opening day defeat at the Racecourse, Wrexham make their first road trip of the season to York Road, where we face Maidenhead United.

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Wrexham began the new National League campaign with a home loss to Macclesfield Town. Noe Baba’s long range effort gave the Silkmen the lead early in the first half and the Dragons couldn’t find their way back into the match. Wrexham will now be looking to get points on the board and a first goal on Tuesday night.

Maidenhead’s first game since promotion to the top tier of non-league football with a draw at Maidstone United. The Stones took the lead on 55 minutes through Joe Piggott, but Sam Barratt’s late equaliser handed a point to Maidenhead.

Wrexham forwards Ntumba Massanka and Scott Boden will be looking to get off the mark for the season and chalk up Wrexham’s first goals of the new season. Massanka came off the bench against Macclesfield with Chris Holroyd forced off through injury, and now will be looking to prove himself and remain in the side.

Everyone at Maidenhead will be looking to perform well in a historic match at York Road. Their first game in non-league’s top tier will be a party atmosphere for United supporters and will be looking to cap it off with a victory.

Wrexham and Maidenhead will be meeting for the first time in a competitive match on Tuesday.

Wrexham forward Chris Holroyd will be unavailable having been forced off against Macclesfield on the weekend.

Can't make it to York Road? You can follow the game with FREE live commentary on Calon FM, download their app or the TuneIn app to listen. You can also access live text commentary on Twitter @Wrexham_AFC. Following the game, you can catch our highlights on YouTube - 'Wrexham AFC'.

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