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Wrexham vs Stockport Prediction, Tips & Stats

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            Last updated 18/05/2024

            Wrexham vs Stockport Prediction, Tips & Stats

            League Two draws to a close this Saturday with a clash of titans as champions Stockport County travel to fellow promoted side Wrexham.

            While both sides will be competing in League One next season, bragging rights and a potential second-place finish remain on the line, setting the stage for an intriguing contest at the Racecourse Ground.

            Wrexham's story this season is one of remarkable turnaround. Acquired by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney in late 2020, promotion back to League One was a natural expectation for a club with newfound resources.

            However, credit must be given to Phil Parkinson's men for achieving back-to-back promotions following their National League success last term. This upcoming season will mark Wrexham's first foray into England's third tier in 20 years.

            Parkinson's squad has displayed impressive consistency throughout the campaign. Currently tied on points with Mansfield Town for second place (seven adrift of Stockport), their record boasts 25 wins, 10 draws, and 10 losses from 45 matches.

            They've also found a winning rhythm recently, claiming all four points in their last four league fixtures. Furthermore, Wrexham owns the best home record in League Two, amassing a formidable 51 points from their 22 home matches.

            Facing them are the newly-crowned champions, Stockport County. Dave Challinor's men have dominated League Two with an unwavering commitment to victory. They boast the best away record in the league, collecting 42 points from their 22 games on the road.

            Saturday's encounter transcends mere league points. It's a battle between champions, a chance to showcase their dominance and claim bragging rights for a league conquered. The celebratory atmosphere at the Racecourse Ground promises to be electric, with both sets of fans eager to witness their heroes one last time in League One.

            While a celebratory undercurrent exists, a competitive edge remains. Stockport will be determined to prove their title wasn't a fluke, while Wrexham will be hungry to snatch that coveted second-place finish. This desire for victory adds an extra layer of intrigue to an already captivating clash.

            The final whistle on Saturday will mark the end of the League Two season, but the Stockport-Wrexham encounter promises to be a fitting finale, offering a tantalizing glimpse of what these two exciting teams can achieve in League One next season.

            Wrexham Team News

            Wrexham have not reported any new injuries ahead of this weekend. Phil Parkinson is not likely to make any changes to the side that comfortably defeated Crewe last time out.

            Stockport Team News

            Left-back Ryan Rydel is a doubt after picking up a slight hamstring strain in training. Manager Dave Challinor has a relatively clean bill of health otherwise, with key players like Kyle Wootton and Ethan Pye all available for selection.