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As Wrexham AFC nears the end of their League Two season, they’re unsure whether they’ll secure automatic promotion or be forced into the play-offs.
Similar to their National League title-winning season last year, Wrexham AFC finds themselves in a familiar situation as they approach the end of their current campaign. Just like last time, they had to wait until their penultimate game against Boreham Wood to secure the top spot after a closely contested race with Notts County.

However, unlike the single automatic promotion spot in the top tier of non-league football, League Two offers three automatic promotion spots. Nevertheless, the competition for these positions remains intense, with five teams still in contention. Currently, Stockport County, Mansfield Town, and Wrexham occupy the top three positions in that order.
MK Dons are hot on their tails, sitting two points behind Phil Parkinson’s side having played one game more. Meanwhile, Barrow are six points behind, but with a game in hand.

If Wrexham are to achieve their ambitions of achieving back-to-back promotions, then they will need all their best players at their disposal to shore up an automatic place.

Parkinson was handed a timely boost by the recent return of midfielder George Evans from injury, and it’s a development which could be crucial in the fight for the top three.

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