It’s been a rollercoaster season for the Welsh side Wrexham, as Hollywood arrived in North Wales last campaign and started writing the script for an unbelievable season.
At the start of their campaign, Wrexham had achieved just three wins from their opening nine games, leaving Phil Parkinson’s side languishing in midtable.
The takeover however has inspired not just an upturn in results, but comebacks which would not even be seen in the greatest of movies.
This culminated in the home match against Dover Athletic on the 26th of March. Losing 2-5 at home to the team bottom of the league and already relegated, it looked like the Dragons were on their way to a humiliating defeat and losing the chance to go up automatically.
Ollie Palmer scored two in the 65th and 69th minutes to bring the scoreline back to 4-5 but as the clock ticked past the 90th minute, Wrexham was still collecting no points and looked confound to defeat.
Fate has a strange way of working sometimes, and Jordan Davies and Daniel Jarvis were the two to step forward. Davies’ equaliser followed by a Jarvis winner made the Englishmen heroes in Wales and gave Wrexham the three points they desired.
One defeat in their last 17 has given Wrexham the chance to win the title and return to the EFL for the first time since 2007. The possibility became even more realistic, as they defeated direct rivals, Stockport County, 3-0 at the Racecourse Ground.
Wrexham may now have the momentum in the race for promotion, but Stockport has the clear advantage of having one more game to play.