Balance Sheet: Wrexham v Woking

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Positives:
The big flag on the ERS.

Another fast start: this doesn’t appear to be a coincidence, but rather something which the pre-match warm-up and kick off routine appear to be designed to set up.

Louis Moult continues to look like a good all-round striker.

Elliot Durrell’s lively first half.

Despite from the winning goal, Ross White did well.
Negatives:
The second half.

The second goal.

The failure to create from half time until the last ten minutes.

Garry Hill,Woking’s manager, made fundamental changes to his set-up at half time which we failed to, or were unable to, respond to.

Andy Bishop’s injury time header – if he’d got it right he not only would have rescued a point but would have got a welcome boost after an injury-hit start to the season.

Two home games in a week; five points dropped.

Twice in a week one of our young goalkeepers has conceded a goal he won’t be happy with.

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