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After a stunning run of form which saw six wins on the bounce in all competitions for Wrexham and 12 unbeaten in total, they have suffered a minor blip having only won one of their last three matches and winning two of five in all competitions.
A bad defeat to Accrington saw an immediate reaction at home to Morecambe, but they conceded a two-goal lead at Harrogate, beat Yeovil in the FA Cup and then lost 3-2 to Burton in the Football League Trophy.
Next up is Forest Green on the road, and it is away from home that they have dropped points, with seven out of the 10 matches they have failed to win all coming away from the Racecourse.
Forest Green is as good a place to go however, and they should be able to improve on the nine goals scored in 10 away matches this season and earn a confidence-boosting win that could close the five-point gap to Stockport.
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After securing promotion to the EFL at the end of last season, Wrexham will embark on their bid to become champions of League Two at the end of this.
In addition to this, they will also be a part of both the FA and EFL Cups. Outright success may be unlikely in either of those, but they could still make it to Wembley in the final of the Papa John’s Trophy, having won both group games so far.
Wrexham League Two Promotion Odds
Even though Wrexham were playing in the National League last season, the bookmakers are confident of back-to-back promotions being secured by next May. At the time of writing, the Welsh outfit are as short as 8/13 to storm through another division.
Remember, the top three al go up, with teams from fourth to seventh competing in the play-offs.
Whether this reflects how strong this Wrexham side is or the lack of overall strength in League Two can be argued. Then again, it does seem as if a top four finish and entry to League One is something that is not up for debate.
Wrexham League Two title Odds
Not only are the bookmakers confident of Wrexham securing back-to-back promotions, but they also believe that Phil Parkinson’s men are not simply going to settle for finishing in the chasing pack. The reason for this is because they are currently 7/2 favourites to win League Two.
Quite the vote of confidence when you consider that Wrexham were plying their trade in the fifth tier just a few months prior. Of course, this is a club that has an incredibly big budget, and their celebrity owners will not want to be in this division for any longer than is necessary.
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Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, you will be aware of the goings on at Wrexham. After being purchased by the Hollywood duo of Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney in February 2021, the North Wales outfit has gone through quite a transformation.
A transformation that has enabled Wrexham to say goodbye to the National League and hello again to the EFL. Promotion from the fifth tier was won in rather dramatic circumstances at the end of last season and in doing so, it ended a 15-year exodus from the Football League.
Which has meant something of a party atmosphere has been cultivated at the Racecourse Ground in the past couple of months. Older supporters have dreamed of a return to the truly professional ranks, younger fans are now coming along for the ride.
A ride which owners Reynolds and McElhenney will not want to see slowed down during the duration of this upcoming campaign and when you consider the spending power that the club has available, there is no reason to suggest why it should.
That spending power was able to obtain players such as Paul Mullin and with some observers stating that the forward’s talents were wasted in last season’s National League, their talisman can now show how adept he is within the confines of League Two.
Mullin has made 84 National League appearances for Wrexham and scored 64 goals in process. Then again, he was no slouch at the level above. The 2020/21 season saw him score 32 goals for previous employers Cambridge United.
The kind of player that any manager would love to work with and the person who currently has this honour is Phil Parkinson. Like Mullin above, many felt that Wrexham’s current boss was working at too low a level beforehand.
Especially when you consider that Parkinson has managed to earn League One promotions with both Colchester and Bolton in the past and in 2012/13 led Bradford to League Two playoff glory and the EFL Cup final in the same season.
Some will say that Wrexham’s story has been nothing short of a fairy tale, others will say it is their owners simply flexing their financial muscle. One thing that we can all agree on is that Wrexham’s next football chapter is certainly not going to be a dull one.