Wrexham vs Guiseley by Hassy
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After a 10th place finish last year, Wrexham was one of the favourites to gain promotion this season and they started well – but a run of 5 consecutive matches without a win has dropped Wrexham to the 10th place after 16 rounds. The hosts have just two points in these last 5 matches and are desperate for three points today. On the bright side, Wrexham haven't played as bad as recent results suggest. All of the last 5 matches have been close and against good teams. The Dragons will gain encouragement though that their home record is a solid-looking 5-2-1 17/8 and they welcome a Guiseley side who have won just once on the road so far this season. Incidentally, only Woking have also won 5 home matches of all the teams situated outside of the current play-off pack.
National League newcomers Guiseley, who finished 5th in Conference North last season, are sitting in an precarious 18th place after 16 matches and are rightly so tipped for relegation. A run of three straight defeats to Lincoln City, Macclesfield Town and Forest Green Rovers (all to nil) means that they’ll have their work cut out in tonight’s clash in Wales if they’re to get anything out of Wrexham despite the hosts’ recent slump in form.
Guisley have one win away from home this season and they have only scored four goals in all their away games so far.
Buoyed by the Welsh national teams success last night the home team will have a positive attitude ahead of this clash players have been declaring themselves confident. Defender Ross White stated that he expects the team to bounce back and show character, in a “must win encounter”.
Despite their recent poor result Wrexham are a top 5 side in this division and I expect Gary Mills' side to pass Guisley to death and record a bruising home win which will be more than enough to cover for the handicap.
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