Match ends, Woking 2, Wrexham 2.
Joey Jones' late equaliser for Woking sent Wrexham down a place to fifth in the National League.
Josh Staunton headed the opener from close range and was credited with the own goal that brought Wrexham level.
Marcus Kelly put Wrexham ahead after the break, but Jones levelled.
Woking also dropped a spot, to 15th, and are winless in six games.
Wrexham host Maidstone on Saturday, 24 March while Woking go to Leyton Orient.
- 21YoungSubstituted forRamsayat 77'minutes
- 4JonesBooked at 58mins
- 10BantonSubstituted forSaraivaat 65'minutes
- 20Grego-CoxBooked at 90mins
- 11DeverdicsSubstituted forWrightat 86'minutes
- 9QuigleySubstituted forBodenat 77'minutes
- 16KellySubstituted forAingeat 86'minutes
- Richard Hulme
Second Half ends, Woking 2, Wrexham 2.
Reece Grego-Cox (Woking) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, Wrexham. Simon Ainge replaces Marcus Kelly.
Substitution, Wrexham. Akil Wright replaces Nicky Deverdics.
Goal! Woking 2, Wrexham 2. Joey Jones (Woking).
Substitution, Woking. Louis Ramsay replaces Matt Young.
Substitution, Wrexham. Scott Boden replaces Scott Quigley.
Substitution, Woking. Fabio Saraiva replaces Jason Banton.
Goal! Woking 1, Wrexham 2. Marcus Kelly (Wrexham).
Joey Jones (Woking) is shown the yellow card.
Second Half begins Woking 1, Wrexham 1.
First Half ends, Woking 1, Wrexham 1.
Own Goal by Josh Staunton, Woking. Woking 1, Wrexham 1.
Goal! Woking 1, Wrexham 0. Josh Staunton (Woking).
First Half begins.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.