WREXHAM AFC are being tipped by bookies to enjoy even further success next season.

The Reds have enjoyed an incredible last couple of seasons, securing back-to-back promotions.

The takeover by actors Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds has gone a long way towards getting the club over the line and being back to enjoying life in the English Football League.

Now, after securing promotion to EFL League one just via a 6-0 win over Forest Green Rovers just last weekend, the club is being tipped among the favourites to go up again come the end of the 2024/25 campaign.

SkyBet has Wrexham down as the firm favourites to go up to the EFL Championship (second tier) at odds of 5/2.

Meaning that if you were, for example, to put £10 down then you'd get returns of just £35.


Behind them are Charlton Athletic (9/2) and Rotherham (also 9/2), who were just recently relegated from the second tier.

They're followed by Wigan Athletic (5/1) and Reading, Wycombe Wanderers and Wrexham's fellow promoted side and EFL League Two champions Stockport County all at 6/1.

Wrexham have two matches left to play of the 23/24 season yet before they move on to life in League One.

They face Crewe Alexandra away on Saturday (April 20) before taking on league champions Stockport at the STok Cae Ras a week later.