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Wrexham vs. Barrow Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (54') S. Fletcher
      • (56') P. Mullin
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      • (1') K. Spence
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          Match Result

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          Wrexham vs. Barrow Prediction, Tips & Stats

          With two crackers lined up for New Year’s Day in League Two, one of them takes place in Wales as Wrexham lock horns with Barrow.

          Wrexham currently sit 3rd in League Two with thirteen wins, seven draws and four losses from twenty-four games this season.

          The Welsh side are performing admirably in League Two on the whole following their promotion last season and are, undoubtedly, automatic promotion contenders.

          They’re entering this game in decent form on the whole having won three and lost one of their last four games in League Two.

          Their most recent game saw them register their first loss in six games as they fell to a 3-1 defeat away at Walsall.

          The loss was a comprehensive one and Wrexham can have no complaints, with Walsall deserving the three points on the day.

          Wrexham will desperately want to right the wrongs of that game and get back to winning ways here, and they can take confidence from their excellent home form that has seen them go unbeaten on home soil in the league since their loss to MK Dons on the opening day of the season, with all of their last six home games ending in victory.

          This is a tough game for the Welsh side but given how imposing they are on their own patch they should be considered favourites for the three points.



          Barrow currently sit 4th in League Two with twelve wins, nine draws and three losses from twenty-four games this season.

          Barrow are enjoying an impressive campaign in League Two as they look to continue to assert themselves as one of the main promotion contenders in the league.

          They’ve been keeping pace with the sides in the automatic promotion places and come into this game in good form, unbeaten in their last fourteen games in the league having won three of their last five.

          Their most recent game saw them held to a 1-1 draw at home to Accrington Stanley, with Ben Whitfield’s goal cancelled out by Stanley with just nineteen minutes remaining.

          The result was a pretty disappointing one for Barrow and means they’re coming into this game off the back of successive draws, a not-ideal run of form.

          They can, though, take confidence from their excellent form away from home that has seen them win all of their last five games on the road.

          They’ll need to lean heavily into that here if they are to come away with three points, as this is truly one of the toughest games in the League Two calendar. They’ll give a good account of themselves, but that may not be enough.

          For our Wrexham vs. Barrow prediction, we’re going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

          Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action.

          Wrexham Team News

          Jordan Tunnicliffe, Eoghan O'Connell and Aaron Hayden are all missing through injury for the home side but James Jones is available once again after serving a suspension.

          Changes are expected following defeat last time out, with Jordan Davies and Steven Fletcher pushing for a place in the starting lineup.

          Barrow Team News

          Junior Tiensia is a confirmed absentee for the home side while Tyrell Warren is a doubt.

          Like their opponents, Barrow are likely to make a change or two here with Kian Spence, Ben Whitfield and Emile Acquah all pushing for a place in the starting lineup.

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