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Preview: Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers

29 October 2021

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Fleetwood Town face Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday 30 October at Highbury in a Sky Bet League One fixture, and we have all you need to know ahead of the 3pm kick-off in our match preview.

Fixture: Fleetwood Town v Wycombe Wanderers

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 30 October 2021

Kick-off: 15:00

Venue: Highbury Stadium, Park Avenue, Fleetwood, FY7 6TX

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Fleetwood Town return to the Fylde Coast this weekend as they will be looking to gain three points against The Chairboys at Highbury on Saturday. In the last outing, they narrowly lost out to Ipswich Town after an injury-time goal meant they would lose the game 2-1 at Portman Road.

Callum Morton thought he had found a vital equaliser to cancel out Conor Chaplin’s opener, but Bersant Celina snatched the draw away from the visitors in the 93rd minute.

At Highbury, tough weather conditions hindered Town’s last match at home before that, which was another tough contest that ended in a 1-0 loss to Burton Albion.

A superb first-half performance from skipper, Alex Cairns, was soiled by an undefendable goal from Burton, as the weather helped Thomas O’Connor’s corner. Fleetwood were very unfortunate to not get anything out of the game after their second-half performance caused quite a few problems for the away side.

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Gareth Ainsworth’s side have had a brilliant start to their first League One campaign since coming down from the Championship last season, as they find themselves in 2nd position, joint top with Plymouth on 30 points with a game in hand.

Last time out, they hosted Crewe Alexandra at home a week ago and they came out on top in that one as a Ryan Tafazolli brace saw the side beat the Railwaymen 2-1 with seconds to spare.

Tafazolli scored on the stroke of half-time to give them the lead, but it was cancelled out by Tom Lowery with 13 minutes to go. The defender then found the back of the net in to the 90th minute to put them back into the lead and secure the win.

In the game before, Wycombe played out a goalless draw away at Rotherham United and ended up beating Doncaster Rovers 2-0 in the game before with Anthony Stewart and Adebayo Akinfenwa getting on the score sheet.

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Fixture: Wycombe Wanderers 2-2 Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One Play-Offs

Date: Monday 6 July 2020

Venue: Adams Park

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Fixture: Fleetwood Town 1-4 Wycombe Wanderers

Competition: Sky Bet League One Play-Offs

Date: Friday 3 July 2020

Venue: Highbury Stadium

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Fixture: Wycombe Wanderers 0-1 Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Tuesday 11 February 2020

Venue: Adams Park

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Head Coach Simon Grayson spoke to the press ahead of Fleetwood Town’s Sky Bet League One clash against Wycombe on Saturday. Here is what he had to say in his interview:

“They play a certain way, they’re hard-working and are effective when they get the ball into the box as they will ask questions of you. We’ve got to stand up and be counted as this will be a physical battle and will need to watch for second balls, but more importantly, we need to remember to play our game.

“If we can match everything that they want to throw at us and then play the football that we want to play, then we’ve got a good chance of winning the game but, they’ve got some effective players that Gareth [Ainsworth] can get a tune out of and keeps them working. They suffered last season, coming down from the Championship but they will be pushing to get back up this season.

“When they went up, I don’t think anyone expected them to do that, they didn’t fall by the wayside and that’s a credit to Gareth and his players, with the hunger that they had. They’ll have loved the life in the Championship and will have been disappointed by coming down, but they’ve not let that affect them so far this season.”

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Report: Town complete comeback to draw against Wycombe

30 October 2021

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Fleetwood Town’s second half comeback was enough to earn them a point as they drew 3-3 with Wycombe Wanderers at Highbury on Saturday afternoon.

Second-half substitutes Joe Garner and Shayden Morris brought Fleetwood back on level terms with goals immediately after entering the action as goals from Brandon Hanlan, Adebayo Akinfenwa and Sam Vokes cancelled out Danny Andrew’s opener.

In the opening minutes of the game, Joe Jacobson played his free-kick into the box, but Fleetwood gathered the ball and countered, Dan Batty’s teasing ball into the box nearly found the head of Callum Morton.

The first true chance of the game fell to Andrew after just five minutes of play, the left-back received the ball on the left-hand side of the box after great play by Morton. Fleetwood’s number three cut inside onto his right foot and smashed it into the back of the net for his sixth goal of the season, making him Town’s joint top scorer for the season.

The hosts looked to build on their early lead, this time Andrew was the one creating, as he whipped the corner into a dangerous area and Callum Johnson was the man to get his head to it, but it went over the bar.

Alex Cairns was called into action for the first time after just over a quarter of an hour had been played. The visitors had a corner that found its way to Akinfenwa, who headed straight at Cairns for an easy first save of the game.

Wycombe began to come into the game but great defending from Tom Clarke and James Hill denied both Vokes and Akinfenwa’s attempts on goal with excellent blocks.

Hanlan equalised for the visitors as he spun away from Clarke chasing a long ball and squeezed his shot through the legs of Cairns and into the far corner.

Soon after, the visitors took the lead through Akinfenwa. The Wycombe skipper, found himself at the far post to collect Daryl Horgan’s lofted pass into the box but appeared to have Hill in a headlock, but the referee thought nothing of it and allowed Akinfenwa’s near-post strike to stand.

Some positive play from Fleetwood after finding themselves behind, Batty’s attempted cross was blocked and found its way to Johnson, who crossed it into the six-yard box and not for the first time in this game, there was a Town penalty claim, which the referee waved away.

Andrew very nearly had his second of the game, this time through a free-kick. The dead-ball specialist curled one over the wall that was dipping into the far corner, but he was denied by David Stockdale.

Just before the half-time whistle, Johnson provided a great piece of defending to keep the difference at one as he backtracked onto the line to make a superb goal-line clearance.

Fleetwood started the half the better of the two sides and they were nearly rewarded. After a spell of possession, Johnson dinked the ball in, attempting to find Morton for an open net, but it was agonisingly, just a bit too high.

Wycombe’s first attack of the second half resulted in them going 3-1 up. Vokes converted Hanlan’s low-driven cross at the near after the number 18’s impressive solo run.

Anthony Pilkington tried to test the keeper from distance after beating his man. His effort was flying for the far-right corner if not for Stockdale tipping it round the post for a corner.

Simon Grayson made three substitutes all at once just before the hour mark and it seemed to inject life into his side as Paddy Lane won his side a corner after a great passage of play.

Town pulled one back from the resulting corner as Batty curled the ball into the box and with his first touch of the game, J.Garner made an instant impact off the bench, heading into the bottom right corner.

Five minutes later Fleetwood got themselves back on level terms and it was another substitute who made an instant impact. Morris returned to the pitch for the first time in a month and marked his return with a fantastic finish. He received the ball on the right-wing, beat his man, and confidently finished it into the bottom left corner as if he’d never been away.

Morris was running riot down the right; he won his side a free-kick which Batty played into the box and Town’s captain, Clarke, nearly converted it at the far post but it was headed clear off the line.

Fleetwood were not settling for a draw and continued to push for a late winner as Andrew’s free-kick couldn’t be put away by J.Garner.

Andrew saw himself standing over another free-kick and he was so unlucky to have not scored a late winner for his side. The full-back aimed for the top corner and it was nearly inch-perfect, but it clipped the inside of the post and stayed out.

Town continued to press on in injury time and Morris was bearing down on goal and seemed to be clipped but the referee waved away any penalty appeals. Batty took a long-range effort that troubled Stockdale but he managed to parry it away to safety to leave the game at 3-3.

Town XI: Cairns (GK), Andrew, McLaughlin (Lane 58’), Clarke (C), Morton, Pilkington (J.Garner 58’), Matete, Hill, Batty, Johnson, Biggins (Morris 58’)

Unused Subs: Crellin (GK), Camps, G.Garner, Clark

Wycombe XI: Stockdale (GK), Grimmer, Jacobson, Stewart, Tafazolli, Thompson (Wheeler 66’) , Vokes, Horgan (Mehmeti 79’), Hanlon, Akinfenwa (C) (Obita 55’), Scowen

Unused Subs: Przybek (GK), Gape Kaikai, McCarthy

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Get behind the Cods as they face Wycombe this Saturday!

25 October 2021

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Fleetwood Town are at Highbury once again on Saturday as they are set to face Wycombe Wanderers and you can get your tickets for the game now!

Simon Grayson's side heads back home to Highbury this Saturday as The Chairboys join us on the Fylde Coast for a league clash. They will be looking to get back to winning ways after narrowly losing out to Ipswich Town on Saturday.

Ticket prices for our league clash are below:

General Sale

Seating (Parkside blocks B, C, D, and E Highbury Stand)

Adults: £24 (Premium block D: £26)

Concessions/Under-25s: £19 (Premium block D: £21)

Under-16s: £8 (Premium block D: £9)

Standing (Memorial Stand)

Adults: £22

Concessions/Under-25s: £17

Under-16s: £7


Book your seat in hospitality for this Saturday's Sky Bet League One clash against Wycombe Wanderers!

The Cods are back in action at Highbury this weekend as they are set to face The Chairboys, following the valiant display against The Tractor Boys on Saturday. Hospitality prices for this Saturday’s game are just £65 for adults and £20 for Under-16s with Under-5s going FREE!

Why not treat yourself to a range of entertainment including live League One football from the Parkside Suite, televised Champions League fixtures, and excellent food.

Are you interested? If so, please email Sam Heaney, our Commercial Executive, at or call him on 01253 775080 (Option 2).

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