Wrexham v Weymouth: BT Sport to broadcast match live from the racetrack

BT Sports are expected to broadcast the Wrexham AFC National League home game live from the racetrack tomorrow night (5:20 p.m.) as Phil Parkinson’s side hope to continue their promotion efforts.

Struggling Weymouth are the visitors and they arrive in North Wales hoping to get a positive result in order to get out of the relegation zone after a difficult start to the season for the Dorset side.

Wrexham’s last game was the away win at Dover Athletic which was a tough afternoon for Phil Parkinson’s men, but they eventually broke the host’s resistance and came away with three vital points, mainly thanks to Jordan Davies’ late goal straight from a corner.

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As previously mentioned, the game will be broadcast live on BT Sport channels and it will be the Dragons’ second game of the season to be televised after their 1-1 draw with promotion rivals Notts County in August.

There will be at least one change to the Dragons’ roster for tomorrow’s game, with Harry Lennon receiving his fifth yellow card of the campaign, meaning he will be serving a one-game ban.

Weymouth have been very poor defensively this season, only the bottom of Dover have conceded more goals but they are much better going forward and could pose problems for the Reds’ defense, something Phil Parkinson will be well aware of.

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Wrexham themselves have been somewhat elusive defensively this campaign, but a clean sheet last time around will give the Reds’ defense some confidence that they can shut out struggling visitors and hopefully get the three most points. that could lift the Dragons to the top of the National Ranking, depending on the day’s other results.

Another big crowd is expected at the racetrack with only a thousand tickets left and Parkinson’s hopes the support of another impressive crowd at the racetrack can help him roar his team to victory and take it one step further. towards the primary goal of promotion in the Football League. .

You can watch the match on BT Sport here.

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