#WxmAnorak Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

Wrexham’s first defeat in 7 games. Bryan Hughes’ first defeat as Wrexham manager – the fourth longest unbeaten start by a Wrexham manager. Biggest away crowd for a Wrexham game this season (6,643). Previously at Chesterfield (5,662). First time in 7 games that Wrexham have failed to score. 11th time in 22 away games that Wrexham have failed to score this season. Wrexham haven’t beaten … Continue reading #WxmAnorak Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

Walker Versus Maguire-Drew the Key to Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

Today’s huge match will revolve around so many duels: Bonne against Wrexham’s stubborn defence; Tollitt trying to get behind Ling and pull Ekpiteta out of the middle; Wright trying to force McAnuff into deeper areas than he wants to be. However, perhaps the key clash will be between two players signed on loan by Sam Ricketts; one whose form makes him barely recognisable to Wrexham … Continue reading Walker Versus Maguire-Drew the Key to Leyton Orient v Wrexham AFC

Akil, Vinicius, Cristiano and xG

Here’s a puzzle for you. When Bryan Hughes was appointed Wrexham’s manager, his first and most obvious task was to find a way to start scoring goals again. Part of his solution was to move the player you’d least like a chance to fall to into a more advanced position. How come it’s worked? It’s certainly had the desired effect. Wrexham have scored eight goals … Continue reading Akil, Vinicius, Cristiano and xG

Wrexham AFC Need A Reversal of Fortune V Leyton Orient

We travel to London hoping our newfound goal threat will end a barren run against Leyton Orient. We haven’t scored past them in three matches, our longest goalless run in this fixture. We also haven’t beaten them in six matches, which represents our worst sequence of winless games against The Os. However, our last victory over them was a memorable one: in April 2003, Andy … Continue reading Wrexham AFC Need A Reversal of Fortune V Leyton Orient

#WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC v Chesterfield

Wrexham’s first win over Chesterfield since January 2005 (4-2 – Ugarte 4) Wrexham’s home win over Chesterfield since December 2004 (3-1 – Roberts, Jones, Llewellyn) Rob Lainton equaled the club record for most league clean sheets in a season by an individual goalkeeper. (Brian Lloyd – 19 clean sheets 1973-4) Only Brian Lloyd (26 in 1973-4) has kept more clean sheets in a season in … Continue reading #WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC v Chesterfield