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Match preview: Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town

7 March 2023

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Fleetwood Town travel to Buckinghamshire to face Wycombe Wanderers in their latest Sky Bet League One fixture in a night game under the lights, and we have all the information you need ahead of the game.

Fixture: Wycombe Wanderers vs Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Tuesday 7 March 2023

Kick-off: 19:45pm

Venue: Adams Park

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Wycombe come into the game at their home of Adams Park sitting just a place, but six points outside the League One play-off places. The Chairboys’ recent game was a 1-1 draw with Exeter City, and since the much-exposed departure of long-serving manager Gareth Ainsworth to Championship side QPR, Wycombe appointed club legend Matt Bloomfield as their new boss, but he is yet to win in his first two games in charge.

On loan Wolverhampton Wanderers forward Chem Campbell has been an influence for Wycombe since his January arrival. He has a goal in his four starts so far and that came in the last game at home to Exeter. Tonight’s hosts boast a strong forward line with the likes of Gareth McCleary, David Wheeler and former Stoke and Burnley striker Sam Vokes in the ranks, joining Campbell.

Wycombe need a win to push closer to the top six and to give new head coach, Bloomfield his first win in charge.



Town’s great run came to an end at Turf Moor a little under a week ago when the Clarets defeated Scott Brown’s side 1-0. After that, Fleetwood travelled to Gloucestershire and were beaten by the same score line to Cheltenham Town. That wasn’t for the want of trying though as Fleetwood have moved up the table, picking up 16 points in the process.

Being without potent forward Promise Omochere will be difficult, but that gives chance to January’s signing duo of Jayden Stockley and Jack Marriott to potentially shine at Adams Park. The defence has been the most impressive part of Town’s recent run, even in the last two games, Brown’s men have only conceded two goals. With the Cods sitting 14th in the table, a win can move them back to 11th if results go their way.

In a third consecutive away game, Fleetwood will look to continue their push for a strong end to the season.



Head coach Brown spoke to press after Saturday’s defeat to Cheltenham and said there will be some changes made for tonight’s game.

“You speak to the lads, and they say that they’re ready to go and that’s a fantastic attitude, but from now on, we are going to have to think about how we are going to freshen things up. We went a wee bit too long, even from throw-ins as everyone knows Jayden [Stockley] is a unit who works hard.

“We’ve got to be a little bit smarter, play to people’s feet and be able to go around the corner, but we just went route one which is disappointing because we’ve worked on that over the last couple of weeks and they went back to just playing safe this afternoon.”



On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for both our UK-based and overseas supporters.

Video Match-Pass - £10 (available to all supporters)

Those who choose the Audio Match-Pass option will get access to just the commentary, which will be provided by our partners, BBC Radio Lancashire.

Season passes are available with audio passes for only £45 for the season, for all UK-based members of the Cod Army.

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The Cod Army have been allocated seats in The East Stand, with prices for the match as follows:

Adults: £26

Seniors (65+): £23

22-25 year-olds: £21

19-21 year-olds: £19

12-18 year-Olds: £15

Under-12s: £6

Supporters will be available to purchase on the day with no price increase from Ticket Office 1 at Adams Park - which is also a cashless stadium.


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Match Reports

Report: Cods come off second best in away clash with Wycombe

7 March 2023

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Fleetwood Town fell to defeat on Tuesday evening as Wycombe Wanderers came away 2-0 winners in freezing conditions at Adams Park.

Even though the Cods created plenty of chances in the second half of the game, they were unable to put the ball in the back of the net, meaning that a goal on either side of the break for the hosts – scored by Chris Forino and Sam Vokes respectively – would be the difference on the night.

It certainly wasn’t the start Scott Brown’s side were wanting from the game as the home side found themselves in the lead in the fifth minute, as Jay Lynch punched a corner clear but a follow-up cross from Jack Grimmer soon found the Forino who nodded home from inside the six-yard box.

After a few half-chances, the home side came close to finding the back of the net for the second time in the 13th minute as a corner was played in from the right by Joe Jacobson, which was met at the front post by David Wheeler, but his header went just over the crossbar.

Town sparked into life just after the 20-minute mark and almost found themselves back on level terms as Jack Marriott pounced on a defensive error before passing back to Phoenix Patterson, whose strike was a dangerous one and had to be dealt with by a diving Max Stryjek.

Soon after Brendan Wiredu almost nodded in a Patterson corner, the home side had another spell on the half-hour mark as Vokes had two chances on goal, nodding over from close range first, and forcing a save from Lynch by striking the ball wide just a minute later.

The Cods seemed to have picked up some form before the break as Patterson, who has been at the heart of all the attacks so far, played a dangerous cross into the Wycombe box, which had to be headed away by Grimmer – Marriott and Carlos Mendes Gomes also had efforts blocked.

A better start to the second half than the first was needed by Fleetwood and that’s what happened as a chance not long after the half started came from a Patterson cross, with Mendes Gomes getting on the end of inside the area, but headed his effort, unfortunately, wide of the mark.

10 minutes into the second period, another chance came Town’s way as full-back Danny Andrew drove forwards down the left and won a corner, which was taken by Patterson. He looked for the head of Toto Nsiala, who headed the wrong side of the near post.

Wycombe’s number one was tested twice on the hour mark, the first time by Mendes Gomes who skinned Garath McCleary on the wing before forcing Stryjek into a near post diving save. He was called upon soon after as Marriott turned on a six-pence in the box but was denied at the near post.

Against the run of play, and with their first real chance of the half, McCleary’s low cross was cleared only to Lewis Wing, who played the ball to Vokes on the edge of the Town box who turns his man and fires the ball into the bottom left making the score 2-0 on the night.

With Lynch being forced into a few late saves, and an overhead kick effort from Vokes, under the floodlights in Wycombe, the game seemed to dwindle out as Town would head back up the M40 empty-handed with the full focus now on the game against Port Vale at the weekend.

Chairboys XI: Stryjek (GK), Grimmer, Jacobson (C), Forino, Wheeler, Vokes (De Barr 90+3'), Wing, McCleary (Campbell 72’), Hanlan (Wakely 90'), Freeman, McCarthy.

Unused subs: Cartwright (GK), Young, Pattenden, Ward.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Andrew (Earl 80’), Wiredu, Mendes Gomes, Vela (C), Marriott, Warrington (Robertson 80’), Nsiala, Patterson (Dolan 80’), Rooney, Macadam (Stockley 70’).

Unused subs: Fôn Williams (GK), Holgate, Batty.

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Join us at Adams Park on Tuesday night

6 March 2023

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Following Saturday's match at Cheltenham Town, Fleetwood Town are back on the road in midweek and it's Wycombe Wanderers who are our next opponents in the league.

Your support is needed once again this week as Scott Brown will take his side to Adams Park to face Matt Bloomfield's Wycombe Wanderers. 

The Cod Army have been allocated seats in The East Stand, with prices for the match as follows:

Adults: £26

Seniors (65+): £23

22-25 year-olds: £21

19-21 year-olds: £19

12-18 year-Olds: £15

Under-12s: £6

Tickets will be going off sale from Fleetwood Town's Ticket Office at 11am on Tuesday, but will be available to purchase on the day with no price increase from Ticket Office 1 at Adams Park - which is also a cashless stadium.


Coaches will be departing Highbury Stadium at 11:30am, costing only £5 for all Onward Card Holders and £25 for Non-Onward Card Holders.

If you need any more information regarding tickets, travel, or club merchandise, you can contact the ticket office by calling 01253 775080. Click HERE to buy your tickets online!

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