Wrexham will evaluate the fitness of Anthony Forde and Jacob Mendy in preparation for their upcoming League Two match, as reported by The Leader. This weekend, Wrexham is scheduled for an away game at Valley Parade against Bradford City.

Both Forde and Mendy have been recovering from injuries, but they are eager to make their comeback against Bradford. Furthermore, The Leader mentions that winger Ryan Barnett has returned after serving a three-game suspension. However, midfielder Andy Cannon still has one more game to sit out due to his recent red card.

Anthony Forde, 29, has made nine appearances in various competitions for Wrexham this season. His return will provide a valuable injection of experience to the team. Forde has accumulated almost 350 games in his career and has previously been associated with clubs such as Wolves, Walsall, Rotherham United, and Oxford United. He joined the Racecourse Ground last year and played a significant role in helping Phil Parkinson’s team secure the National League title.

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Jacob Mendy also played a pivotal role in Wrexham’s promotion from non-league football in the previous season, joining the team from Boreham Wood. Since adapting to life in Wales, the 26-year-old has made an impressive transition to Football League competition. He has contributed with four assists in his eight league appearances so far.

Wrexham has acclimated effectively to the higher division and currently occupies the 5th position in the league table, narrowly missing the top three on goal difference. In their recent match, Parkinson’s team secured a 3-2 victory over Salford City, with Jordan Davies scoring a late winner. They approach the upcoming match against Bradford, who currently lack a permanent manager, with confidence.

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