Wrexham and Wigan get their 2023/24 EFL Cup campaign underway when they meet at the Racecourse Ground on Tuesday at 8pm (UK time).
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Wrexham vs Wigan match preview:
After sustaining an injury in a pre-season friendly against Manchester United the Red Dragons talisman Paul Mullin continues his recovery at Wrexham co-owner Rob McElhenney’s home in Los Angeles. Head coach Phil Parkinson, meanwhile, has no other major absentee. The newly-promoted League Two side will be playing their first League Cup game since 2007/08 when they reached the second round. Wrexham’s best tournament performance remains a third-round appearance in 1981/82 when they were knocked out by Tottenham. However, their League Two campaign got off to a bad start with a 5-3 defeat at home to MK Dons.
Heading into their 2023/24 campaign Wigan said goodbye to 15 players including Max Power, Will Keane, Steven Caulker and Liam Shaw while signing no fewer than seven talents most notably Matt Smith from Arsenal’s academy. Latics boss Shaun Maloney subsequently has a fully available squad to choose from. The 2013 FA Cup winners previously reached the 2006 EFL Cup final when they suffered a 4-0 loss to Manchester United. Last time out they were eliminated in the first round by Fleetwood Town, but they did start the 2023/24 League One campaign with a 2-1 win over Derby County.
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