Man of the Match Voting for Wrexham v Yeovil

Rhys Murphy got a hat trick yesterday afternoon in North Wales but it wasn't enough to give Yeovil the three points as they drew 3-3 with struggling Wrexham at the Racecourse.

Yeovil took the lead just 3 minutes into the match as Hippolyte's cross found Jimmy Smith who gave the ball to Murphy to slam it home.

The early goal shook the hosts into life as they were beginning to put pressure on the Yeovil goal. 22 minutes into the first half and they got their deserved equaliser as Akil Wright comfortably pulled the hosts level from Ben Tollitt's cross.

Luke Wilkinson was forced ten minutes before half time after suffering an injury after defending a set piece - Albi Skendi was the man who replaced him.

It wouldn't take long for Skendi to make his mark on the game as a superb pass found Murphy who got his second of the afternoon and in turn restore Yeovil's advantage.

Right on the stroke of half time Wrexham were once again level as Paul Rutherford's 25 yard strike flew into the back of the net.

The goal-scoring continued early on into the second half as Wrexham took the lead for the first time in the match as Bobby Grant poked the ball home.

This meant Yeovil were forced into having to put pressure on the Wrexham goal once more and 67 minutes into the match that pressure would pay off as Murphy got his hat trick by capitalising on a mis-hit clearance.

Both sides had chances to win the match as substitute Courtney Duffus had an excellent chance to put Yeovil ahead as he found Wrexham keeper Rob Lainton off his line but he was unable to divert the ball home.

In stoppage time Wrexham spurned an excellent chance to win it as Bobby Grant spurned a shot over the bar - much to the relief of the 173 travelling fans.

Wrexham

1 - Rob Lainton, 2 - Shaun Pearson, 6 - Jake Lawlor, 11 - Bobby Grant, 8 - Luke Young, 7 - Luke Summerfield, 9 - Ben Tollitt (replaced for 17 - Omari Patrick on 72 minutes), 13 - Mark Carrington, 14 - Paul Rutherford, 18 - Tyler Reid (replaced for 16 - Kieran Kennedy on 33 minutes), 20 - Akil Wright

Substitutes

10 - Devonte Redmond, 16 - Kieran Kennedy, 17 - Omari Patrick, 21 - Christian Dibble, 29 - Mark Harris

Yeovil Town

1 - Stuart Nelson, 4 - Lee Collins, 5 - Jimmy Smith (replaced for 14 - Coutney Duffus on 84 minutes), 11 -Myles Hippolyte, 8 - Lawson D'Ath, 6 - Luke Wilkinson (replaced by 18 - Albi Skendi on 35 minutes), 9 - Rhys Murphy, 19 - Tom Bradbury, 24 - Remeao Hutton (replaced by 33 - Chris Dagnall), 26 - Charlie Lee, 28 - James Tilley

Substitues

10 - Gold Omotayo, 14 - Courtney Duffus, 18 - Albi Skendi, 31 - Louis Jones, 33 - Chris Dagnall

Man of the match voting for this game is now open and will remain open until just after the home game with Aldershot on Tuesday evening. You can cast your vote here.

Next Fixture

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Yeovil Town v Welling United

Date: 14/12/2019
Competition: FA Trophy
Venue: Huish Park
Kick Off: 15:00

Latest Result

Chesterfield

1-2

Yeovil Town

Attendance: 3,161 (94 from Yeovil Town)

National League Table

Last Updated: 11/12/2019

Pos
Team
Pld
GD
Pts

1
Barrow
24
+19
47

2
Yeovil Town
25
+13
44

3
Bromley
25
+12
44

4
Woking
25
+6
41

5
Solihull Moors
24
+12
40

6
Harrogate Town
25
+4
40

7
Halifax Town
24
+2
38

8
Stockport County
25
-4
38

9
Boreham Wood
25
+8
37

10
Barnet
24
+3
34

11
Torquay United
25
+0
34

12
Notts County
24
+8
33

13
Eastleigh
24
-2
33

14
Hartlepool United
24
+3
32

15
Dover Athletic
23
-3
32

16
Maidenhead United
25
-3
31

17
Dagenham & Redbridge
24
-3
30

18
AFC Fylde
24
-9
28

19
Sutton United
25
-5
27

20
Aldershot Town
25
-10
27

21
Wrexham
25
-5
26

22
Ebbsfleet United
25
-12
23

23
Chesterfield
25
-14
23

24
Chorley
25
-20
23