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Halifax fans will want a repeat of their previous result, being a 0-1 National League success against Altrincham. The only name on the scoresheet from Halifax was Jack Earing (12'). Pete Wild's Halifax have celebrated scoring 8 times in their prior six outings. Conversely, the number of goals that have been scored against them in those same fixtures stands at 5.

Taking a look at their past results, Halifax have not registered a win against Wrexham in their last 2 matches in the league and haven't been defeated in their previous 5 home league matches.

Following on from a loss in their previous game against Stockport County in National League competition, Wrexham and their travelling fans will hope for a better result here. Alex Reid (14', 26') and John Rooney (70') scored for Stockport County. A tendency of at least one side getting a clean sheet in games involving Wrexham has been fairly consistent in recent matches. Looking at their last six meetings shows that it’s happened 5 times. During these clashes, opposing sides have managed a goal aggregate of 7 while The Dragons have scored 7.

Going into this contest, Wrexham haven't beaten Halifax in away games against them for the last 5 league games. They'll be keen to stop this run.

Head to head

Checking out their prior head to head meetings dating back to 03/10/2017, there has been little to separate the clubs with Halifax winning 1 of those games, Wrexham 1 and 4 being drawn after 90 minutes of play.

6 goals were scored between the two sides throughout the course of those matches, with 3 of them for The Shaymen and 3 netted by The Dragons. This gives an average number of goals per game equal to 1. The previous league clash between the two was National League match day 21 on 26/01/2021 when the final score was Wrexham 0-0 Halifax.

Team News: Halifax

Halifax manager Pete Wild does not have any fitness concerns whatsoever ahead of this match owing to a completely healthy group ready to go.

Team News: Wrexham

Thanks to a fully healthy squad available for selection, Wrexham boss Dean Keates does not have any fitness concerns to speak of coming into this clash. Jay Harris will not be able to play in this game through being suspended.


Wrexham have it within them to score a goal against this Halifax team, however that possibly won’t quite be as many as they’ll concede.

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