The exact date Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney's Wrexham can win promotion after reaching 103 points has been revealed.
Wrexham came out on top against Notts County on Monday afternoon, beating their National League title rivals 3-2 in a dramatic clash at the Racecourse Ground. The Red Dragons had already smashed the 100-points and goal barrier when they defeated Oldham earlier this month.
But they're now in pole position to finally earn promotion to the Football League after leapfrogging County into first in the table. They've got just four fixtures remaining, with a game in hand and a three-point gap.
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Should they win their next three fixtures – away to Barnet, at home to Yeovil and on home turf against Boreham Wood – they'll been uncatchable come the final day trip to Torquay.
That means Reynolds and McElhenney could be hosting a Hollywood-worthy promotion party at The Racecourse Ground on Saturday, April 22. It could come even earlier if County drop points in their upcoming games.
They have a home tie with Woking, an away match at Maidstone and welcome York City to Meadow Lane in their final game, which will now likely be followed by a play-off campaign.
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County made Wrexham work for the three points, taking the lead on the stroke of half time courtesy of a stunning free-kick by John Bostock who ruptured the net from 25 yards out.
Star striker Paul Mullin levelled shortly after the restart before Jacob Mendy completed the turnaround. Country equalled it up through Kyle Cameron.
But Elliot Lee's effort put the hosts back in front before Ben Foster's penalty save in the 96th minute to deny County ensured they came out on top on arguably one of the biggest clashes the fifth tier has ever seen.
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