The Reds have been in fine form all season, with fans thinking, hoping and praying that this is the year they end their fifth-tier tenure.

They have come close to returning to league football on a few occasions, but this time there is a different feeling at the racecourse.

Phil Parkinson’s side are locked in a title race along with Notts County, with both sides seemingly relentless in their pursuit of promotion.

Both are on unbeaten streaks going back to October and September, and both have become masters of three-pointers.


Wrexham know they could have a three-point lead at the top if they won their games and while promotion is all anyone involved with the club wants, they are well on their way to breaking a series of league records.

Following their 3-1 win over Wealdstone on Saturday, Wrexham are expected to score 115 points this season, which would break the current record of 105 set by Crawley in 2010/11.

More records that could be broken:

  • Longest winning run – The Reds are currently riding an eight-game winning streak, dating back to their 1-1 draw at York in December. The record is 12, shared by Burton Albion and Mansfield Town.
  • Most wins in a season – Phil Parkinson’s team have won 22 of their 29 games so far this season. If he wins 10 of his last 17, he’ll break the record of 31 wins.
  • Fewest losses in a season – Wrexham have lost two so far, the record is three.
  • Most goals scored in a season – The record currently stands at 103, held by Barnet and Hereford. The Reds have scored 75 in 29 so far this season and would need 29 in 17 games to break it.
  • Highest goal difference – Luton Town hold the record at 67. Wrexham currently have +50 GD.

It’s worth noting that title rivals Notts County could also break several of the same records, but the records won’t mean anything to either side if promotion isn’t secured.


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