PREVIEW | Wrexham (A)
Wrexham v Wealdstone
Vanarama National League
Racecourse Ground (Y Cae Ras)
Saturday 20th November, 3:00pm kick-off
Tickets for this match must be purchased in-person due to the high demand of tickets in the home end. We have been allocated 598 tickets in the Wrexham Lager (Yale) Stand. Tickets are available to purchase in person on Thursday 18 November from The Vale Social Club from 10:30am to 9pm. If you are unable to purchase your ticket in person we advise you to contact firstname.lastname@example.org immediately.
Tickets are priced at £20 Adults, £15 over 65s and U21s, £8 U18s and £5 U11s. Under 21s and under 18s MUST be in possession of ID to qualify for the concessionary ticket pricing.
Tickets for this match WILL NOT be sold or be available to purchase on the day of the game.
Two clubs that couldn't be more polar opposites in terms of financial prowess and infrastructure meet on Saturday in north Wales as the Hollywood-backed giants of Wrexham meet their in-form, part-time counterparts in Wealdstone. After an indifferent start to the season that leaves them sat outside the play-off places, the home side have started to find their mojo shipping eleven goals past Aldershot Town and King's Lynn Town in their last two games, whilst the Stones resolute displays have taken them to two dogged 1-0 victories over then league-leaders Grimsby Town and local rivals Barnet.
The Stones welcomed back Rhys Browne and Alex Dyer from the bench on Saturday, with both having a key impact in the 1-0 victory over Barnet. Charlie Cooper also returned to the starting eleven joined by new signing Jamie Mascoll, who picked up an assist on his debut. Zach Dronfield also recovered from an ankle injury but didn't feature from the bench. Medy Elito and Connor Stevens both remain out injured, whilst Craig Fasanmade and Dan Wishart continue their loans with Hemel Hempstead Town in the league below.
Barnet (H) 1-0 W (Browne)
Grimsby Town (H) 1-0 W (Buse)
Weymouth (A) 1-1 D (McAvoy)
Dagenham & Redbridge (H) 1-2 L (Bird)
Eastleigh (H) 1-2 L (Umerah)
Wrexham: King's Lynn Town (A) 2-6 W (Hayden, Davies, Mullin, Ponticelli, Jarvis, Green) Aldershot Town (A) 0-5 W (Hayden, Lennon, Hall-Johnson, Ponticelli, Davies) Harrogate Town (A) 2-1 L (Ponticelli)
Torquay United (H) 1-1 D (Lennon)
Maidenhead United (A) 3-2 L (Mullin, Davies)
WHO TO WATCH FOR?
Paul Mullin: Wrexham's new owners flexed their financial muscles in the summer to attract experienced EFL striker Mullin to the Racecourse Ground. Mullin's League Two record of 32 goals last season were instrumental in gaining Cambridge United promotion into League One. His move to the Red Dragons in the summer raised some eyebrows and his rich run of goalscoring form has continued in the National League and FA Cup, where he has scored 10 in 13 so far this season.
Played - 2
Won - 1
Drawn - 0
Lost - 1
LAST TWO MEETINGS
Feb 2021 - Wrexham 4-1 Stones (Parish)
Oct 2020 - Stones 4-3 Wrexham (Wakefield, Mendy, Dyer, Efete)
Preview by Chris Woods