The sheep host Chester this Saturday, City are on a bad run but on the bright side are 17 places and 18 points ahead of our ‘big team’ neighbours.
It could be worse, you could be Welsh!
The City gaffa said the following to the official site:
‘Yes, I look forward to every game of football, we have to remind ourselves that it is a game of football, it is not a war’.
‘We want to win the match for the fans and we will give it our best shot, but we have to remember it is a game of football’
‘No, you can’t prepare differently, because if you do then you are not treating the other games equally as valuable and they all are’.
‘We do know the significance of the game, there is a big rivalry between Wrexham and Chester, not many teams in the world have a derby match which is cross border’.
‘We’ll make sure our guys are ready for the challenge the same as Wrexham will’.
Wrexscum Team News:
They are Welsh, so sh*t, so it doesn’t matter
Player to watch: Nobody
Chester City Team News:
No new injury worries
Player to watch: Chris Holroyd
Expected to be on the bench, but will be up for it once on.
Match Facts & Stats
City have met their closest rivals on 82 previous occasions in all competitions since 1931.
Out of those 82 clashes, Wrexham have won 34 encounters, City have won 28. 20 games have ended in a draw.
The man in the middle for the big game is Mr. K A Woolmer from Northamptonshire.
Mr. Woolmer has officiated over 15 games so far this season. He has issued 45 cautions but has not shown a red card yet.
Woolmer is assisted by Mr. P J Grove and Mr. A R Hendley running the lines and Mr. S J Barrow is the fourth official.