When Paul Mullin and Ollie Palmer play together, they normally score, and Wrexham normally win. 

In the 23 games since Ollie Palmer made his debut for the Reds against Grimsby Town in January, the prolific pair have scored 33 goals between them, leading Wrexham to 17 wins out of those 23 games.

The deadly duo have hit it off on and off the pitch, sharing kisses and celebrations on the field and seen having breakfast together in the town too. 

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Palmer has been an inspired singing and has made a real impact since joining in January. 

Wrexham hadn't quite clicked prior to his arrival, but since then they have climbed the National League table to put themselves in with a chance of lifting the title tomorrow. 

He has netted 16 times in all competitions for the Reds and his partner in crime Paul Mullin could hit the 30 mark if he bags a couple against the Daggers. 

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They are adored by the Reds faithful and rightly so for what they have done for the club so far. 

But where does there partnership rank in comparison with some of Wrexham's most notable striking duos in the last ten years. 

Andy Mangan and Andy Morrell

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In the 2010/11 season, the two Andy's led the line for the Reds. 

The pair had 26 goals and 12 assists between them during that campaign as Wrexham were knocked out in the play-off semi final by now Premier League chasing Luton Town. 

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Mangan was Wrexham's top scorer netting 16, before moving to rivals Fleetwood during the summer. 

Morrell continued to lead the line for Wrexham before moving into a player/manager role at the club. 

Mathias Pogba and Jake Speight

There were some big shoes to fill when Mangan departed the Racecourse, but they were soon filled by the electric Jake Speight. 

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Speight contributed 21 goals and seven assists to the Reds during the 2011/12 campaign. 

It was a case of Deja Vu for the Reds at the end of the season as Speight left for Mansfield, who got promoted the year after.

He also struck up a partnership with fans favourite Pogba, brother of France star Paul. 

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Pogba scored 11 goals and provided seven assists during the campaign, which saw Wrexham pipped to the title by Andy Mangan's Fleetwood. 

It was play-off heartbreak again for the Reds as Luton repeated their tricks from the year before in the semi-final. 

Mention must go to Danny Wright, who also played a key part in this team. 

Louis Moult and Connor Jennings

The only negative about Louis Moult in a Wrexham shirt was that we didn't see him in it longer. 

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During the 2014/15 season, Moult netted 23 goals during his time at the Racecourse before being snapped up by Motherwell. 

His main partner for that season was Connor Jennings who socred nine goals in all competitions, before moving on to Tranmere and getting promoted the following year.

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Whilst this may not have been the best partnership, the two were big favourites at the Racecourse during their time there.