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Wrexham’s hopes for promotion took an unexpected blow as Tranmere Rovers clinched a surprising 1-0 victory at the Racecourse Ground.

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The Red Dragons, owned by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, are aiming to secure a spot in League One in their first season back in the EFL. However, Phil Parkinson’s squad, previously unbeaten in four games, fell behind early against Tranmere, with Luke Norris finding the net after an assist from Regan Hendry. Despite launching 25 shots on goal, Wrexham couldn’t find the equalizer.

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“We had some promising moments where we needed to perform better; we need to address that,” said Parkinson post-match. “Having 25 attempts on goal is significant, but only four were on target, which is insufficient given the quality we possess. Football revolves around seizing opportunities, and we weren’t able to capitalize on them.”

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Despite the setback, Wrexham maintains their position in the final automatic promotion spot, edging ahead of Milton Keynes Dons on goal difference. They share the same points as Stockport County, who possess a superior goal difference and have two games in hand, while trailing league leaders Mansfield Town by five points.

Meanwhile, Crewe Alexandra, also in contention for automatic promotion, failed to take advantage of Wrexham’s defeat, succumbing to a 3-1 loss against MK Dons, with Matt Dennis scoring a brace and Stephen Wearne adding a third for the home side.

In League Two, promotion and relegation dynamics differ slightly from the Championship and League One, with three teams securing promotion to the division above – two automatically and one through the play-offs. However, in League Two, an additional team is granted the opportunity for promotion. Consequently, the play-offs involve teams finishing fourth to seventh in the division.

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