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Preview: Wrexham (H)

8 November 2022

The Iron return to Glanford Park for back-to-back home games this week with Wrexham next up, after trips to Barnet and Eastleigh.

It’s the first of two matches for the Iron, with Maidstone United the visitors upcoming this week on Saturday too.


Click here for ticket details ahead of Wednesday, November 9th’s (7.45pm kick-off) clash against Wrexham.

You can make a big saving on our upcoming back-to-back home fixtures in November by taking advantage of our two-game package deal, click here for details regarding that saving.

Former Iron manager Nigel Adkins will be the special guest taking part in a Question-and-Answer session in the restaurant, with a waiting list now in place for this event as the restaurant is set to be packed out for the occasion.

You can find information regarding the waiting list by clicking here.


Tony Daws (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


Marcus Carver has returned to the Iron after he was recalled from his loan spell at Southport.

Defender Reagan Ogle will miss this one through an injury after coming off in the previous match, with Daws saying: “It could be any period of time, shorter rather than long term, but it remains to be clarified."

Aiden Marsh (foot fracture), Liam Feeney & Jordan Hallam (hamstrings) continue to miss out through their respective injuries.


The Red Dragons were victorious at home against Oldham Athletic on Sunday in their Emirates FA Cup First Round match. The side from Wales also registered a 3-1 win against FC Halifax Town last Tuesday, making it 12 wins from 17 National League matches.

Wrexham have spent the last 14 years in the English fifth tier following relegation from League Two in 2008.

Wrexham registered their lowest finish in the National League in the 2019/20 curtailed season, finishing 19th

In November 2020, Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds and American actor Rob McElhenney purchased the football club in a highly publicised deal.

In the 2021/22 season, Wrexham finished second in what was their best National League finish since joining the league, however the side were knocked out of the play-offs by eventual winners Grimsby Town.

A documentary on the visitors, Welcome to Wrexham, was recently released this summer, which documented the acquisition of the football club and operation of it by current owners Reynolds and McElhenney.

For more information on our visitors, click here.


The referee will be Garreth Rhodes, assisted by Daniel Smith and Danny Guest. The fourth official will be Darius Bradley.


The ticket office and club shop open from 10am on the day, with the Iron Bar opening at 5.30pm in the evening.

For away fans, please note that the Iron Bar will be for home supporters only for this game. Away supporters looking to purchase alcohol can do so underneath the AMS Stand in the away end bar.

The car park will open at 5pm, where a £1 saving can be made (before 4pm on this matchday) by purchasing your spot in advance here.

We welcome back familiar vendor Phat Pateez Grill, who will be selling a range of hot-food.

Additionally, turnstiles are also open an hour-and-a-half before kick-off for fans wishing to enter the stadium.


2006-07 - Sat Dec 2 FAC R2 Iron 0-2 Wrexham  
2004-05 - Fri Dec 3 FAC R2 Iron 2-0 Wrexham Ridley, Sparrow
2002-03 - Sat Feb 1 DIV 3 Wrexham 2-1 Iron Sparrow
2002-03 - Sat Aug 10 DIV 3 Iron 1-1 Wrexham Calvo-Garcia
1999-00 - Tue Mar 28 DIV 3 Wrexham 3-1 Iron Quailey
1999-00 - Tue Feb 1 DIV 3 Iron 0-2 Wrexham  
1998-99 - Sat Jan 2 FAC R3 Wrexham 4-3 Iron Housham, Eyre, Harsley
1996-97 - Tue Dec 17 FAC R2 R Iron 2-3 Wrexham Baker, Clarkson
1996-97 - Sat Dec 7 FAC R2 Wrexham 2-2 Iron Baker 2
1992-93 - Sat Mar 20 DIV 3 Iron 0-0 Wrexham  
1992-93 - Tue Nov 3 DIV 3 Wrexham 0-2 Iron Stevenson, Buckley
1991-92 - Mon Apr 20 DIV 4 Iron 3-1 Wrexham Joyce, Hamilton, Buckley
1991-92 - Sat Sep 28 DIV 4 Wrexham 4-0 Iron  
1991-92 - Tue Aug 27 LGC R1 L2 Iron 3-0 Wrexham Humphries, Alexander, Helliwell
1991-92 - Tue Aug 20 LGC R1 L1 Wrexham 1-0 Iron  
1990-91 - Tue May 7 DIV 4 Iron 2-0 Wrexham Daws, Lillis
1990-91 - Sat Nov 24 DIV 4 Wrexham 1-0 Iron  
1989-90 - Sat Apr 14 DIV 4 Iron 3-1 Wrexham Flounders 2, Taylor
1989-90 - Mon Jan 1 DIV 4 Wrexham 0-0 Iron  
1988-89 - Wed May 24 DIV 4 P/O SF 2 Iron 0-2 Wrexham  
1988-89 - Sun May 21 DIV 4 P/O SF 1 Wrexham 3-1 Iron Cowling
1988-89 - Tue Feb 28 DIV 4 Wrexham 2-0 Iron  
1988-89 - Tue Oct 25 DIV 4 Iron 3-1 Wrexham Daws, Hodkinson, Flounders
1987-88 - Sat Apr 9 DIV 4 Wrexham 2-1 Iron Shearer
1987-88 - Tue Nov 3 DIV 4 Iron 3-1 Wrexham Reeves, Flounders 2
1986-87 - Tue Mar 3 DIV 4 Wrexham 1-1 Iron Lister
1986-87 - Sat Nov 1 DIV 4 Iron 3-3 Wrexham Richardson, Johnson, Broddle
1985-86 - Tue Apr 29 DIV 4 Wrexham 1-0 Iron  
1985-86 - Mon Aug 26 DIV 4 Iron 1-1 Wrexham  
1984-85 - Sat Apr 27 DIV 4 Wrexham 2-1 Iron Cammack
1984-85 - Fri Nov 30 DIV 4 Iron 5-2 Wrexham Cammack 3, Matthews, Whitehead
1972-73 - Sat Jan 6 DIV 3 Wrexham 1-2 Iron Heath, Fletcher
1972-73 - Sat Aug 26 DIV 3 Iron 1-1 Wrexham Deere
1969-70 - Tue Apr 14 DIV 4 Iron 1-3 Wrexham Davidson
1969-70 - Mon Sep 15 DIV 4 Wrexham 2-1 Iron Heath
1968-69 - Tue Mar 25 DIV 4 Iron 1-0 Wrexham Wilson
1968-69 - Sat Nov 9 DIV 4 Wrexham 0-1 Iron Kerr
1957-58 - Mon Apr 7 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-0 Wrexham Brownsword
1957-58 - Fri Apr 4 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 1-0 Iron  
1956-57 - Wed Apr 10 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 1-1 Iron Luke
1956-57 - Thu Apr 4 DIV 3 (N) Iron 4-3 Wrexham Haigh, Waldock, Fletcher, Davies
1956-57 - Wed Dec 12 FAC R2 R Wrexham 6-2 Iron Gregory 2
1956-57 - Sat Dec 8 FAC R2 Iron 0-0 Wrexham  
1955-56 - Wed Sep 14 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 0-1 Iron Brownsword
1955-56 - Wed Sep 7 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-1 Wrexham Brown
1954-55 - Thu Sep 30 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-0 Wrexham Gregory
1954-55 - Wed Sep 22 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 0-1 Iron Gregory
1953-54 - Sat Mar 6 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 3-1 Iron Gregory
1953-54 - Thu Jan 14 FAC R3 R Iron 3-1 Wrexham Whitfield, Gregory, Brownsword
1953-54 - Sat Jan 9 FAC R3 Wrexham 3-3 Iron Bushby 2, Mosby
1953-54 - Sat Oct 17 DIV 3 (N) Iron 3-1 Wrexham Whitfield 2, Gregory
1952-53 - Mon Apr 27 DIV 3 (N) Iron 1-2 Wrexham Brown
1952-53 - Sat Dec 13 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 2-3 Iron Hubbard, Haigh, Brownsword
1951-52 - Sat Feb 16 DIV 3 (N) Iron 0-0 Wrexham  
1951-52 - Sat Oct 6 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 1-2 Iron Powell 2
1950-51 - Tue Dec 26 DIV 3 (N) Wrexham 3-1 Iron Mosby
1950-51 - Mon Dec 25 DIV 3 (N) Iron 2-0 Wrexham Cumner, Turney (og)

Our full record against Wrexham is as follows: 

FA CUP 2 3 4
LEAGUE 19 10 15
CUP 0 0 2
TOTAL 22 13  22


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Match Reports

Report: Iron 1-3 Wrexham

9 November 2022

United were beaten 3-1 at Glanford Park by Wrexham on Tuesday night.

The Iron came into the game having made one change from Tuesday night’s fixture against Eastleigh. George Taft replaced Reagan Ogle in the side; former United keeper Mark Howard returned to Glanford Park and he started in goal for the visitors.

Scunthorpe were the ones to get the game underway and they looked to put pressure on Wrexham early on in the game. However, it was the away side who got the first chance of the game. Ben Tozer launched a long throw into the box and Aaron Hayden got his head to the ball first but he headed over the bar. 

Wrexham were the ones putting the early pressure on and they had several chances to grab an early lead. Tozer found himself in acres of space on the left-hand flank and he had the opportunity to whip a cross into the area. His cross was precise and it found the head of striker Paul Mullin. Mullin had a free header from six-yards-out and he got enough power on the header to beat Marcus Dewhurst but he didn’t have the direction and the ball went wide of the target.

The Iron keeper was called into action a few minutes later. James Jones ran through the Iron defence and managed to break into the box. He was one-on-one with Dewhurst and he decided to take the shot on early. He struck the shot well and it was rising up and above Dewhurst but the Iron keeper quickly reacted and managed to tip the ball over the bar and out for a corner.

From the resultant corner, Dewhurst was called into action once again. A Wrexham head got to the ball first and headed it down into the ground which made it awkward for the United keeper. He had to react quickly once again and he managed to claw the ball off the line and it struck the post and the danger was cleared. 

Ollie Palmer grabbed the first goal of the game and put the visitors one-nil-up. A low-driven cross into the Iron penalty area made its way to the front post and Palmer nipped in and slotted the ball past Dewhurst for the first goal of the game. The Iron keeper couldn’t react in time as the shot was taken from six-yards-out and Wrexham took the lead in the game.

The visitors continued to pile on the pressure and Mason O’Malley was needed to prevent a second goal for the visitors. A corner was whipped in with pace and a flick on directed the ball towards the far corner of the net. It looked to be heading in and O’Malley had to rush back on to the line and head the ball away. It was excellent defending from the Irishman to keep the score at one-nil.

The away side grabbed a second goal when Jordan Tunnicliffe lifted a ball into the Iron area from a free-kick just inside the United half. His pinpoint cross was met by the head of Hayden, the Wrexham defender got higher than anyone else and won the header, and he directed it into the bottom-right-hand corner of Dewhurst’s net. This gave the visitors full control of the game and a bit of breathing space.

United got their first opportunity of the game after Rob Apter beat his man on the right-flank and managed to get his shot away. His effort didn’t look to have enough to beat Howard so Caolan Lavery tried to flick the ball on a redirect it into the Wrexham goal. However, his flick on flew over the bar.

In the 42nd minute, the Iron grabbed a goal back and put themselves back in the hunt. Jacob Butterfield played an excellent through ball to Jai Rowe and the United defender controlled the ball brilliantly and he coolly slotted the ball into the bottom corner of Howard’s goal. It required a bit of composure to finish the move off and that’s exactly what Rowe had.

away side had their first chance. Jones unleashed a shot from 25-yards-out and it went straight through Butterfield’s legs but the shot was no trouble to Dewhurst as the ball went very wide of the target.

United almost grabbed an equaliser when Joe Nuttall beat several Wrexham defenders and slotted a ball through to Alfie Beestin. The midfielder had to get his shot away quickly as he was immediately pressure by the defenders. He curled an effort towards the far corner but it wasn’t far enough in the corner and Howard got down to his right and easily made the save.

Scunthorpe had the momentum in the game and Wrexham were under constant pressure. Cross after cross came into the penalty area but the away side dealt with them well and clear their lines every time.

A few minutes later, Young had a rare opportunity for Wrexham in this second half. He found himself with space on the edge of the 18-yard-box; the ball came out to him and he chested the ball and set himself up for a volley. The strike dipped in the air and it had Dewhurst worried. Much to his relief the ball narrowly crept over the crossbar.

Wrexham claimed back their two-goal lead in the 69th minute of the game. A flowing move from the visitors created space for Callum McFadzean just inside the Iron penalty area. The home side’s defence were no where to be seen and McFadzean played the ball across the six-yard-area to Paul Mullin. The striker had the full goal to aim at and he simply slotted the ball home to put the visitors three-one-up.

The visitors had the momentum and they nearly put themselves three goals to the good. Mullin neatly flicked the ball around an Iron defender and unleashed a powerful half-volley. His shot was always rising and it blazed over the bar. Palmer also had a great opportunity from a Wrexham corner. He found himself free at the back post and he connected with the ball on the volley but it just crept the wrong side of the post.

In the dying minutes, Dewhurst had to make an excellent save to prevent the visitors extending their lead. Wrexham broke the lines again and managed to get a shot off from the edge of the penalty area. The ball was heading into the top-left corner but Dewhurst was aware of the danger and he made a strong right-handed save. 

Apter almost grabbed a second goal for the Iron late on. The winger cut inside on his favoured left foot and he curled an effort towards goal. His shot struck the bar and was just inches away of giving the Iron hope in the closing minutes. That was the last action of the game.

IRON: Dewhurst, O’Malley, Boyce, Beestin, Nuttall, Rowe (Carver 74’), Lavery, Taft, Butterfield, Ntlhe (Young 36’), Apter.

IRON SUBS NOT USED: Foster, Wilson, Pugh.

WREXHAM: Howard, McFadzean, Tozer, Hayden, Tunnicliffe, Young, Palmer, Mullin (Dalby 88’), Hosanah (McAlinden 60’), Jones, Lee (O’Connor 77’).



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Ticket News

Early Bird tickets on sale for Wrexham home encounter

9 November 2022

Tickets are on sale for the Iron's home National League game against Wrexham on Wednesday, November 9th (7.45pm kick-off).

After taking on board supporter feedback, the Early Bird rate will be available both in person at our ticket office and online via until three hours before kick-off of home league matches now. So for the Wrexham game, this rate will be available until 4.45pm on Wednesday, November 9th. Matchday prices then apply.

Buying online also enables fans to use our ‘e-ticket’ option which emails the ticket across to the supporter's email address, and means they can print the ticket at home, or scan from their mobile at the turnstile.

PAY ON THE DAY: Supporters can pay on the day by purchasing online or by visiting the ticket office with payment by card or contactless only (in the Easy Buy Stand) or matchday ticket booth (in the corner between the Britcon and East Stands). Please note, full matchday prices apply and there is no payment on the turnstiles. Fans are able to pay cash at the corner ticket booth between the Britcon and East Stands, which opens 90 minutes before kick-off.

This is a Category B fixture.

Category B
Early Bird Member
Category B
Early Bird
Category B
Adult £20 £22 £25
FT Student/
Special Rate
£13 £15 £17
U18 £4 £6 £8
U12* Free Free Free
Category B
Early Bird Member
Category B
Early Bird
Category B
Adult £20 £22 £25
FT Student/
Special Rate
£13 £15 £17
U18 £4 £6 £8
U12* Free Free Free
Category B
Early Bird Member
Category B
Early Bird
Category B
Adult £16 £18 £21
FT Student/
Special Rate
£11 £13 £15
U18 £4 £6 £8
U12* Free Free Free
Category B
Early Bird Member
Category B
Early Bird
Category B
Adult £18 £20 £23
FT Student/
Special Rate
£12 £14 £16
U18** £2 £4 £6
U12* Free Free Free
Category B
Early Bird Member
Category B
Early Bird
Category B
Adult £28 £30 £33
65+ £21 £23 £25
U21 £16 £18 £20
U18 £11 £13 £15

*Maximum of two under 12’s free per paying adult/concession. Subsequent juniors must be paid for at the U18 rate. 

All Under-14s must be accompanied by paying adult/concession.

Student concession prices must be in full time education.



TELEPHONE: Call 01724 747670

CAR PARKING: East Stand car parking can also be purchased via in advance (before 4pm on matchday) through the ticket system priced at £4 per car. This is a £1 advance saving as these cost £5 otherwise.

Monday, November 7th - 10am until 4pm
Tuesday, November 8th - 10am until 4pm
Wednesday, November 9th - 10am until 7.45pm

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