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Match Previews

Match preview: Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town

10 February 2020

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Fleetwood Town travel to Adams Park on Tuesday 11 February for their Sky Bet League One fixture against Wycombe Wanderers, and in our match preview, we have all you need to know ahead of kick-off.

Fixture: Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One​

Date: Tuesday 11 February 2020

Kick-off: 19:45

Venue: Adams Park, Hillbottom road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 4HJ

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Match officials: Kevin Johnson (Referee), Louis Marks & Maek Derrien (Assistants) Stuart Butler (Fourth Official)​

Mr. Johnson last refereed Fleetwood in their 3-0 away win at Shrewsbury Town on Saturday 28 September at Montgomery Waters Meadow. Jimmy Dunne, Josh Morris and Paddy Madden scored the goals that day in Shropshire. 

The man in the middle at Adams Park has officiated in 25 games this season. He has shown 83 yellow cards and 6 red card in all competitions this campaign, with four of those coming in Town's fixture at Shrewsbury.

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FLEETWOOD TOWN​

The Cod Army travel to Wycombe Wanderers on the back of their 2-1 victory over 20th place AFC Wimbledon. A Luke O’Neil own goal gave Town the lead in the 22nd minute, with the hosts scoring twelve minutes later to equalise proceedings. However later on in the game, substitute Paddy Madden put the Cod Army back in the lead on the 81st minute and that is how the game would finish.

Madden is now on 14 league goals for the campaign after his goal at the weekend. He scored last time Town faced Wycombe, and the Irishman will be looking to add to his tally on Tuesday night down at Adams Park.

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WYCOMBE WANDERERS

The home team are looking good going into this home game with Fleetwood of the back of a 3-1 victory over Bristol Rovers in the last game and remain unbeaten their last 4 home games. Adebayo Akinfenwa opened the scoring on the 9 minute mark at Adams Park but Rovers drew level on the 27th minute through a Jayden Mitchell-Lawson goal. However Wycombe soon regained the lead through Darius Charles and then went 3-1 up due to a Matt Bloomfield strike, this result kept Wycombe in second place in League One as the Chairboys head into the midweek match.

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ONE TO WATCH – ADEBAYO AKINFENWA

One for Town fans to keep an eye out for on Tuesday forward, Adebayo Akinfenwa. He has scored 8 goals and has 6 assists this season in 32 appearances, with his latest goal coming in Saturday’s 3-1 Victory at home to Bristol Rovers.

The 37-year-old began his career at Barry Town in 2002, where he spent a year at the club. The forward then had a few relatively unsuccessful spells at Boston Utd, Leyton Orient, Rushden, Doncaster eventually led him to Torquay.

Akinfenwa had a successful year at Torquay scoring 14 goals in 28 league games. The striker then signed for Swansea City where he scored 21 goals in all competitions over his two year spell at the club. He then moved on a free to Millwall where he struggled for game time, however a move to Northampton kicked his career on as he scored 37 league goals in 78 appearances.

At AFC Wimbledon, the striker has scored 118 goals across four years. Then in the summer of 2016, he moved on a free transfer to Wycombe and has gone on to score 44 league goals in 117 appearances.

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WATCH THE GAME LIVE ON iFOLLOW

If you can’t make Tuesday’s match against Wycombe Wanderers, don’t worry as we have it covered with iFollow – meaning you can live stream and listen to full match commentary for £10.

Supporters in the United Kingdom and overseas are eligible for this option, so make sure you get your package before kick-off. Click HERE to buy your Video Match Pass.

If you want to know more about iFollow, and find out ways to support the Cod Army, click HERE. (terms and conditions)​

Any further questions on iFollow Fleetwood, please contact sam.fielding@fleetwoodtownfc.com.

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​WHAT JOEY BARTON HAD TO SAY

Fleetwood Town head coach Joey Barton spoke after his sides 2-1 victory over AFC Wimbledon, and looked ahead to Tuesday night’s match against Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe.

Click HERE to see what Barton had to say on the fixture.

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HOW TO GET YOUR MATCHDAY TICKETS​

Tickets go off sale on Tuesday 11 February at 12:30, so make sure you buy your match tickets to cheer on the Cod Army.

Prices are as follows:

Seating

Adults - £21

Concessions (over 60) - £18

Young Adults (19-25) - £16

Under 18s - £10

Under 12s - FREE

Wheelchair / ambulant – rate as above with carer FREE

The club will be running coach travel for the match. The price is just £5 for Onward Card holders and £20 for all other supporters. Coaches will be departing Highbury at 13:00 pm on the day of the game.

To book tickets for this fixture, please contact the ticket office on 01253 775080 or visit the club shop before they go off sale.

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SKY BET’S BETTING ODDS​

Fleetwood are 17/4 to pick up all three points away at Wycombe.​ A draw between the two sides is priced at 21/10, with the hosts 6/4 to win at Adams Park.

One of Sky Bets’ price boosts are for Fleetwood to win and for both teams to score – 11/2

Joey Barton’s side drew to Wycombe 1-1 in the same fixture earlier in the season, and for a repeat of that score line, you can get odds of 5/1

For more odds on SkyBet, click HERE Please remember to bet and gamble responsibly - 

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Match Reports

Report: Ten men Town pick up win at Wycombe

11 February 2020

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Fleetwood Town left Adams Park with all three points on Tuesday night after a 1-0 victory over promotion hopefuls Wycombe Wanderers.

The visitors dominated proceedings in Buckinghamshire on a cold Tuesday night, but couldn’t get the goal they deserved, despite being down to ten men for the remaining twenty minutes. Ched Evans was shown a straight red by the referee for an alleged elbow on Jason McCarthy.

Paddy Madden scored winner and the only goal of the match with a delicate touch on Barrie McKay’s low cross into the box. It was only the hosts second defeat at home, and a win that Fleetwood thoroughly deserved.

It was a bright start to the game for Fleetwood as they had three really good chances to take the lead against the best home side in the league.

Madden had the first when the ball found him on the edge of the 18-yard box, he twisted and turned but saw his effort bounce of a defender as it looked to be going into the corner.

Evans was lively in the early exchanges and went one-on-one with the Wycombe keeper Ryan Allsop, but the Welshman failed to make the most of his glorious opportunity.

His header moments later caused chaos as he headed down onto the floor, it bounced over the defenders and keeper, but Sido Jombati was there to nod it off the line and out for a corner. It was nearly the perfect start for Joey Barton’s side.

Wycombe had their first attempt ten minutes into the tie. Nick Freeman found space inside Fleetwood’s penalty area, but his shot was pulled wide of Alex Cairns’ right hand post.

Barrie McKay – who made his Fleetwood full debut on Tuesday night – was the creative spark for the Cod Army and when he dropped into that pocket of space between the hosts’ backline and midfield, he made things happen.

The Swansea City loanee picked out Wes Burns on the right hand side and with a first time cross into the box, it called all sorts of problems in the Wycombe backline, but again nothing came of it.

After a frantic opened twenty minutes, the game went into 5-10 minutes of both teams keeping possession, but it was Barton’s men who looked the side to take it to their opponents.

When Fleetwood had the ball, McKay kept getting on the ball and when he beat Joe Jacobson with a drop of the shoulder, he found Evans at the near post, but the former Sheffield United man didn’t have enough contact on the ball to trouble the keeper.

Gareth Ainsworth side had their moments in the game. One of those came from Jacobson’s corner as it swung in from the right side. With the swirling wind around Adams Park, Cairns looked beat but he managed to get a finger tip on the ball, otherwise it might have snuck inside the post.

Danny Andrew thought he had opened the scoring ten minutes before the interval. He beat his man on the left side, and his thunderous strike looked goal bound, but somehow Allsop got a minor touch on his effort to tip it onto the crossbar. Great save you have to say!

Just before the break, Josh Parker picked up the ball on the left hand side. He beat Callum Connolly before releasing a rocket towards to Fleetwood goal. The referee pointed for a goal kick as it bounced off the crossbar and out, but Cairns might have just got a touch on like Allsop.

The second half saw Fleetwood come out of the traps like they did in the first, and thought they had taken the lead in the 57th minute. McKay ghosted past four Wycombe players before finding Andrew on the left, who picked out Madden inside the box to prod it home.

The Irishman went to celebrate with the travelling Town fans, but he was soon stopped by the referee’s whistle as the lineman’s flag was up for offside.

Lewis Gibson hit the bar with his header back across goal from Paul Coutts’ corner. Another chance gone begging for the Cod Army.

Ainsworth brought his talisman on the pitch with 25 minutes to go. Adebayo Akinfenwa replaced Parker and went straight down the middle up against Souttar. A key battle for the remaining minutes in the match.

Just when you thought Fleetwood were pushing even more for that opener, Evans saw straight red from the man in the middle after an alleged elbow on McCarthy. A big twenty minutes ahead for both teams.

Akinfenwa nearly scored for the hosts. Paul Smyth – who came on with the striker – whipped in a dangerous ball into the box, but Akinfenwa’s header went across the goal to the frustration of the home crowd.

Minutes later, Madden eventually gave Town the lead with the deafest of touches. McKay did superbly well to pick out the Irishman inside the penalty area, and some might say it was McKay’s goal, but Madden waved away claiming his 19th of the season.

Substitute Harvey Saunders thought he had killed the game off with his effort. The young forward lifted the ball over the keeper after a mistake in the backline but failed to tap the ball home with Dominic Gape making a last ditched interception.

The whole performance from start to finish for the visitors deserved the three points, and the win at Adams Park means Barton and his side have picked up nine points from their last three matches.

Wycombe XI: Allsop (GK), Jombati, Jacobson ©, Gape, Stewart, Wheeler, Pattison (Onyedinma 78’) , Freeman, Samuel (Smyth 66’), McCarthy, Parker (Akinfenwa 66’).

Subs not used: Stockdale (GK), Mascoll, Phillips, Ofoborh.

Town XI: Cairns (GK), Andrew, Connolly (Sowerby 90+3’), Souttar, Burns, Evans, Whelan, Coutts ©, Madden, Gibson, McKay (Saunders 79’).

Subs not used: Crellin (GK), Coyle, Morris, Thorvalldsson, Hill.

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Ticket News

Tickets and travel now available for Wycombe Wanderers

29 January 2020

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Tickets are now on sale for Fleetwood Town’s Sky Bet League One trip to Wycombe Wanderers on Tuesday 11 February (7:45pm kick-off).

The Cod Army have back-to-back away games at the start of the month after the home match against Doncaster Rovers, and adults can support Joey Barton's side on the night for as little as £26.

Ticket prices are as follows, with supporters based in the Lords Builders Merchant Stand at Adams’ Park.

Adults - £21

Concessions (over 60) - £18

Young Adults (19-25) - £16

Under 18s - £10

Under 12s - FREE

Wheelchair / ambulant – rate as above with carer FREE

Coach travel for the match is also on sale with the price just £5 for Onward Card holders, and £20 for all other supporters. Coaches will be departing Highbury at 1:00pm on the day of the match.

To book tickets for this fixture, please contact the ticket office on 01253 775080 or visit the club shop between 9am and 5pm on weekdays, 9am to 1pm Saturday non-matchdays, or on matchdays at Highbury Stadium.

Tickets can also be purchased via www.ftfcstore.com or at Poolfoot Farm.

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