In the first minute of stoppage time, Wrexham went close to a winner when Kelly nodded just wide of the far post from a Scott Boden cross. However, the Dragons did find the net in the final minute of stoppage time when Robson turned into his own net.
However, when seemingly on course for a point, Robson put the ball into his own net in the final minute of the match to give the Welsh side the win.
Daggers were boosted by the return of Michael Cheek from injury, with the striker replacing Elliott Romain in attack.
On the stroke of half time, Daggers went close away, with Dunn nearly fumbling a daisy cutter from 30 yards by Whitely into the net.
In stoppage time, Jake Howells flashed a ball across the face of goal from the left, but no one could get on the end of it, with referee Adam Bromley signalling half time soon after.
All away fans had to travel to the match via coaches and police escourt and were unable to travel by train, unlike most years.
Despite going into the game with a poor form of recent games, Chester won the match 2–0, recording their first win of the season.
Whitely led another swift break for Daggers eight minutes later, but finished it by firing wide from 18 yards.
With 21 minutes remaining, Cousins showed great reactions to keep out a close range header from Manny Smith.
Games between the two are usually moved to Sunday, with a kick off, minimising time for the consumption of alcohol and the risk of the two sets of supporters clashing.
In the 2012–13 season, Chester won promotion to return to the Conference Premier after a three-year absence, and played Wrexham at the Racecourse ground, in a highly anticipated derby, as this was the first since Chester re-formed as a fan owned club.
With 13 minutes left until half time, Daggers were reduced to 10 men when Lokko was dismissed for a reckless tackle on Mark Carrington in midfield.