BOTH clubs needed a win for different reasons but Wrexham celebrated victory in what could be the last cross-border derby for the foreseeable future. Wrexham's promotion push has been hindered by too many draws while Chester were desperate for three points to give themselves a chance of avoiding relegation. It was game-on and Wrexham came out on top thanks to second half goals from Scott Quigley and Nicky Deverdics, registering the double over their arch rivals.
KEVIN ROBERTS says beating Wrexham's biggest rivals to give the promotion challenge a welcome boost would be "the perfect day." Wrexham go into Sunday's cross border derby against Chester unbeaten in 12 games but nine have ended in a draw, leaving the seventh placed Reds eight points behind leaders Macclesfield Town.
SHAUN PEARSON was taken aback by the reaction to his winner against Chester and admits another goal this weekend would be nice. The Reds captain struck just before the interval after getting on the end of Marcus Kelly's free-kick and Wrexham held on for a hard-fought 1-0 victory in November's cross border derby at The Deva Stadium. The arch rivals go head-to-head again on Sunday in the return fixture at The Racecourse and Pearson is hoping for another victory.
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