Bromley v Wrexham Prediction, Tips & Stats

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Bromley v Wrexham Prediction, Tips & Stats

Wrexham will be looking to get back to winning ways after losing the title to Stockport County on the final day of the season just a week ago with them losing in stunning style to Dagenham & Redbridge away from home.

Wrexham were dominated by Dagenham & Redbridge last Saturday, and although they were unlikely to win the title with Stockport just needing a point to win the National League title, a 3-0 loss was far from expected. The Welsh club have now moved to only eight losses in the league this season, and along with this run in the FA Trophy, the six-point gap Stockport have on them doesn't really tell the entire story of their season to date.

Moreover, Wrexham have also scored the most goals in the National League divisions this season with them bagging an impressive 91 inside their 44 goals this campaign - this is almost the same amount (102) they've scored in the past two seasons combined. What has let Wrexham down for much of this season is their draws, as the club have registered 10 in the division, which is the same as 14th-placed Altrincham.

The club have also now moved into the play-offs as a result of their loss on the final day, and it now feels as if their stunning 3-0 at home to Stockport County was a long time ago. Ollie Palmer and Paul Mullin once again stole the show for them that day, as Palmer netted twice before his partner up top netted another.

As for Bromley, it was a relatively underwhelming season for them as they finished 10th in the table in the National League, 21 points below Wrexham. They also scored 20 goals less throughout the season too, as they bagged only 61. They still managed to register a commendable 18 wins throughout the season as well, but with their 53 goals conceded and 13 defeats, they are not the favourites to win here.

Worse yet, Bromley are also on a three-game winless run with Altrincham taking a point from them, just after they drew with Dover Athletic. Solihull Moors beat them just before this in a convincing 3-0, meaning Chesterfield remains their only win in the past month, as they also drew with Aldershot Town and lost to Boreham Wood.

Bromley team news

There seems to be no new injuries or suspensions to deal with for the club here, so Engibokan-Bloomfield should remain up top alongside Cheek, but Dennis may get some minutes as well. Al Hamadi is also likely to play at left-wing, as Webster does so on the right as well. Trotter may come in for Bingham with a slight fitness concern there, but Whitely and Sowunmi should stay in centre-back positions, as Bush carries on at left-back with Balcombe in goal.

Wrexham team news

Dibble is set to continue in goal for the club here, with the usual back four set to carry on with French, Tozer, Hall-Johnson, and McFadzean. Clewoorth should also remain at right wing, as Young does so on the left. Davies and Jones are once again expected in midfield with no new injuries or suspenions to deal with, but McAlinden could play after the 3-0 loss to Dagenham. Paul Mullin and Palmer are untouchable up top.