Match ends, Sutton United 1, Wrexham 0.
Sutton United 1-0 Wrexham
Wrexham's winless away run in the National League stretched to six games as Sutton United sealed their ninth home league win of the season.
The hosts took the lead when Martin Riley put the ball into his own net from Kevin Amankwaah's long throw-in.
Curtis Tilt came close to restoring parity after the break but his glancing header went just wide of the post.
Jordan White almost stole a late point for the visitors with a header of his own late on but Sutton held on to win.
Wrexham boss Dean Keates told BBC Radio Wales Sport: "I need to use a comment I have used a lot in recent games, it was frustrating.
"We had no tempo until the last ten minutes. We don't put the balls in the box.
"Why does it take us so long to get going? That's the million dollar question."
- 8GomisSubstituted forDundasat 56'minutes
- 24BiamouSubstituted forFitchettat 90'minutes
- 27DownerBooked at 71mins
- 28TubbsSubstituted forMcAllisterat 77'minutes
- 7BarrySubstituted forEvansat 61'minutes
- 13CarringtonSubstituted forPowellat 67'minutes
- 21SmithSubstituted forPykeat 61'minutes
- Adam Bromley
Second Half ends, Sutton United 1, Wrexham 0.
Substitution, Sutton United. Dan Fitchett replaces Maxime Biamou.
Substitution, Sutton United. Craig McAllister replaces Matt Tubbs.
Simon Downer (Sutton United) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, Wrexham. Callum Powell replaces Mark Carrington.
Substitution, Wrexham. Rekeil Pyke replaces Leo Smith.
Substitution, Wrexham. Rob Evans replaces Antony Barry.
Substitution, Sutton United. Craig Dundas replaces Gomis.
Second Half begins Sutton United 1, Wrexham 0.
First Half ends, Sutton United 1, Wrexham 0.
Own Goal by Martin Riley, Wrexham. Sutton United 1, Wrexham 0.
First Half begins.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.