WREXHAM still boast the best home record in League Two despite suffering a rare Racecourse defeat.

Phil Parkinson's men lost 1-0 to Bradford City on Saturday with the Bantams scoring a 90th minute winner.

It was just the second home loss of the season and first since the opening day when Bantams manager Graham Alexander was in charge of MK Dons who triumphed 5-3 in north Wales.

Now fifth in the table, Wrexham still have the best home record in the division.

The Reds have won 11 and drawn two of their 15 games at The Racecourse to sit top of the home table with 35 points.

League leaders Stockport are second with 10 wins, four draws and two defeats from their 16 matches at Edgeley Park, leaving them with 34 points at home, closely followed by MK Dons and Crewe Alexandra who both have 33 points from 16 fixtures on their own patch.

Losing at home is unusual for Wrexham and so is failing to score a goal.

Drawing a blank against Bradford ended a run of 51 successive league games when Wrexham have scored at The Racecourse.

The last time that Wrexham drew a blank was on November 30, 2021 when Yeovil won 2-0 in north Wales.

Although there has been a lot for supporters to cheer about at home, the form on the road has been less impressive this season.

Wrexham are 12th in the away table with 17 points from 14 fixtures on their travels courtesy of four wins, five draws and five defeats.

The Reds make the trip to second bottom Sutton United tomorrow aiming to end a run of four successive defeats in all competitions.

If they take the lead at Gander Green Lane, you would bank on Wrexham avoiding another defeat.

Parkinson's side are yet to lose a game they have led in so far this season.