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Supercomputer predicts where Wrexham will finish in League Two this season as full table revealed

Supercomputer predicts where Wrexham will finish in League Two this season as full table revealed

A supercomputer has spoken.

A supercomputer has predicted where Wrexham will finish during their first campaign back in League Two.

It is a long-awaited return to the Football League for the Red Dragons, who last played in the fourth tier of English football in the 2007/08 season.

Since then, the Welsh club have had failed play-off campaigns, and narrowly avoided relegation to the National League North on a points-per-game basis when the 2019/20 season was stopped due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Later that year, however, they were taken over by the consortium led by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, and their star has rapidly rose since then.

It took until the most recent campaign for promotion from the National League to be achieved under the management of experienced EFL boss Phil Parkinson, with Paul Mullin firing them to glory by scoring 38 goals.

It is true that Wrexham had a substantial advantage on the other clubs in the division in terms of spending power - but they very much used it to their advantage.

In fact, their transfer business has been shrewd, bringing in experience from League One and Two, as well as convincing Ben Foster to come out of retirement.

That policy has continued this summer, with defender Will Boyle joining from Huddersfield. Boyle formed a strong partnership in central defence with current Red Dragons captain Ben Tozer at Cheltenham.

With all that in mind, Wrexham are expected to be at the top end of the division this term - and a supercomputer from bookmakers BonusCodeBets has predicted where exactly they will finish.

Supercomputer predicts Wrexham League Two finish

Based on current odds, the supercomputer believe that Wrexham will go all the way and win League Two, gaining automatic promotion to League One in the process.

The supercomputer predicts that they will be joined by Stockport, who lost last season's play-off final, and National League play-off winners Notts County in the automatic promotion places.

Wrexham players celebrate winning the 2022/23 National League title (

The play-off spots are predicted to be occupied by Bradford City, Gillingham, Mansfield and MK Dons.

Crawley, meanwhile, are predicted to stay up, despite a tumultuous summer in which key players have left and more criticism has been aimed at their controversial ownership group.

Instead, Morecambe are surprisingly predicted to record back-to-back relegations by finishing 23rd, with Harrogate Town finishing bottom of the league.

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Topics: Wrexham, League Two, Ryan Reynolds, Rob McElhenney, Ben Foster