Match Preview | Wanderers v Wycombe


Wanderers will look to recharge the batteries and go again as they welcome Wycombe to the Toughsheet Community Stadium on Tuesday evening.

A spirited fightback with 10 men last time out to earn a point at Northampton means that Ian Evatt’s men stretched their unbeaten run to four games.

Manager quotes

Ian Evatt: “We found a way back on Saturday and the players have a real ‘never say die’ attitude and they’ve got that fighting instinct which is going to be important for the rest of the season.

“We want to play better than what we did in the first half and we know we’re capable of better so we have to do everything we can to get back to winning ways.

“We know we want to start winning games again after drawing the last two and it’s all about winning at this stage of the season. We’ll do our best to do that on Tuesday."

Ian Evatt

Team News

Nathan Baxter missed out of Saturday's game with a damaged ligament in his wrist and looks to be sidelined for the near future whilst the injury is assessed.

Skipper Ricardo Almeida Santos is back on the grass and, all being well, will be looking at a return to action next week.

Will Forrester and Randell Williams are continuing to progress in their recovery from injuries.

Form Guide

A run of three consecutive wins should have the Chairboys brimming with confidence as they make the trip north.

The goals have been flowing for Matt Bloomfield’s side with a 4-1 win over Birghton’s U21s and a 3-1 victory away at Cheltenham before putting five past Peterborough at the weekend.

With two home games to get stuck into, Wanderers will be eying a maximum points return after draws against Barnsley and Northampton in the past week.

Carlos Mendes Gomes' improvised header in the second half claimed a point on the road for 10-man Wanderers last time out.

Ian Evatt’s side are still well in touch with the top two, as they remain a point behind second with two games in hand.

Wycombe find themselves in 15th position and six points ahead of the drop zone.



Referee: Will Finnie

Assistant Referees: Declan Ford and Christopher Ward

Fourth Official: Mark Cunliffe


Tuesday, 7:45pm.


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