WREXHAM AFC's home form has been nothing short of sensational for the best part of this season and now they have set a record to show for it.

Phil Parkinson's Reds have not lost a match at the Racecourse in any competition since a 2-0 defeat to Yeovil Town back in November.

That means that, following Sunday's impressive 3-0 victory over National League title rivals Stockport County, Wrexham has now gone 18 home matches without a single defeat.

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That is the longest unbeaten run the club has enjoyed at home this century, having last achieved such a feat in January 1978.

Goals from Ollie Palmer (2) and top scorer Paul Mullin secured another fantastic win on Sunday to take Wrexham to first place in the National League table.

They will now be hoping that Stockport County slip up in their game in hand v Torquay United in midweek to set up an interesting final day of the season come next Sunday (May 15).

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PIC: The Racecourse has seen record attendances this season as well as the unbeaten run!

As well as the unbeaten run, the Racecourse has also enjoyed record crowds this season. 

Sunday's match drew in a record attendance at National League level once again with 10,118 supporters witnessing the Reds' latest victory.

This season is also the first time 21 consecutive Wrexham home league games have had attendances in excess of 7,500 since May 1979.