Wrexham strode confidently into the third round of the FA Cup where they will meet Shrewsbury Town after a convincing 3-0 victory against Yeovil Town at The Racecourse.
First-half goals from Ollie Palmer and Andy Cannon put the hosts ahead before substitute Sam Dalby’s stoppage-time strike dumped the National League South leaders out.
The hosts took an early lead when goalkeeper Joe Day saved Palmer’s initial header from Cannon’s cross, but the Wrexham striker tucked home the rebound.
James McClean’s low effort crept inches wide in the 20th minute during early Wrexham domination.
Yeovil rallied when Charlie Cooper’s fierce drive tested Mark Howard 10 minutes before half-time, before Jordan Young’s free-kick struck a post.
But Cannon grabbed Wrexham’s second in first-half stoppage time from outside the box, despite goalkeeper Day’s efforts.
Cooper’s early second-half effort flew over before Jacob Mendy’s low 65th-minute drive went wide for the home side.
McClean nearly capped off a fluid Wrexham counter-attack in the closing stages, before Dalby’s chipped finish in time added on sealed victory.
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