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Crewe Alexandra vs Wrexham Preview, Tips & Stats

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        • (24') O. Palmer
        • (46') P. Mullin
        • (61') A. Cannon
        • (45') A. Rowe
        • (45') Z. Williams
        • (85') E. Nevitt
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        • (45') J. McClean
        • (54') R. Cooney
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          Crewe Alexandra vs Wrexham Preview, Tips & Stats

          Gresty Road welcomes Crewe Alexandra and Wrexham this Saturday in the early kick off in League Two. Wrexham have already secured their promotion, whereas Crewe look to secure their spot in the Play-offs.

          Crewe currently sit fifth in League Two after 44 games. The Railwaymen have 19 wins, 13 draws and 12 losses, leaving them on 70 points, four points within the Play-offs.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Crewe have one win, two draws and two losses.

          The trip to Gillingham saw both sides register just two shots on target, however, neither side could find the back of the net with these shots as the game finished in a 0 - 0 draw. However, the next time out for Crewe saw them handed a shock loss against Forest Green Rovers. A brace from Jordan Garrick and a goal from Jamie Robson gave Forest the 3 - 0 lead at halftime. Despite Crewe having 22 shots and 72% of the possession, Crewe were unable to find the back of the net and slumped to a 3 - 0 loss.

          Crewe failed to score again, this time against Accrington Stanley. Both sides had two shots on target, but in 90 minutes neither side scored and had to settle for a 0 - 0 draw. The next time out against Morecambe saw Crewe back to winning ways. Elliott Nevitt scored the only goal of the game in the 70th minute and despite the late red card to Lewis Leigh, ten-man Crewe held on for a 1 - 0 win.

          The last time out for Crewe was against Grimsby Town. Toby Mullarkey, Curtis Thompson and Denver Hume all scored in the 3 - 0 win for Grimsby, with Crewe unable to score yet again.

          Wrexham sit just above Crewe in third in League Two. In 44 games, Wrexham have 24 wins, ten draws and ten losses which leaves them on 82 points, joint with Mansfield Town and seven points from Stockport.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Wrexham have four wins and one loss.

          Paul Mullin scored both goals in the 2 - 0 win for Wrexham over a Mansfield Town side that had just one shot on target in 61% of the possession. However, the next time out saw Wrexham handed a shock loss by Doncaster. Owen Bailey scored the only goal of the game on the stroke of halftime, as Wrexham registered just one shot on target as they slumped to a 1 - 0 loss.

          Colchester took the lead early in the second half, with John Akinde on the scoresheet for Colchester. However, after the hour mark Mullin levelled the game and in the 85th minute Max Cleworth found the back of the net to give Wrexham the 2 - 1 win. Klaidi Lolos scored a consolation goal in the 94th minute for Crawley as a brace from Mullin and goals from Ryan Barnett and Andy Cannon gave Wrexham the 4 - 1 win.

          The most recent outing for Wrexham was against Forest Green. Another brace from Mullin, an own goal from Ryan Inniss and goals from Elliot Lee, Ryan Barnett and Jack Marriott gave Wrexham the 6 - 0 win.

          Crewe and Wrexham have met 116 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming back in 1886. Not much separates the two sides, with Wrexham having 43 wins in comparison to Crewe’s 42 wins, the other 31 games ending in a draw.

          Crewe Alexandra Team News

          Lee Bell could be without Luke Offord, Jack Powell and Ed Turns this weekend.

          Wrexham Team News

          Phil Parkinson could be missing the likes of James Jones and Anthony Forde this weekend.