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Match preview: Wycombe Wanderers (A)

26 January 2024

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

Fixture: Wycombe Wanderers vs Fleetwood Town

Competition: Sky Bet League One

Date: Saturday 27 January 2024

Kick-off: 3pm

Venue: Adams Park

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Wycombe currently sit 17th in the Sky Bet League One standings, picking up 30 points in the process. Their last match was away at Wigan Athletic, and with the referee having treatment on the pitch, the game went on for 110 minutes, which saw the hosts score the latest goal ever in the EFL, courtest of Charlie Hughes.

The Chairboys' last win on home soil was back on New Years Day. Matt Bloomfield's side found themselves three goals up thanks to goals from Ryan Tafazolli, Sam Vokes and Luke Leahy. They were dominant throughout, but Bristol Rovers scoring two goals in the space of a minute, with Chris Martin the man to nearly salvage something for the Pirates.

Wycombe find themselves just outside the relegation zone, with them 12 points above the Cod Army. Their man to watch this season has been Leahy - who is the Club's top goal scorer in the league on seven goals. The former Shrewsbury Town man scored in the reverse fixture at Highbuty back in October, with his brace at Oxford being the difference between them leaving the Kassam Stadium with one point instead of none.

Town haven't won at Wycombe since 2020, with Paddy Madden scoring the all-important goal on the night, but will the Cod Army go there and pick up the points?



Head coach Charlie Adam spoke to press on Thursday afternoon, and here's what he had to say in his pre-match interview:

“Yes, that’s the big thing and the most frustrating thing. Even last weekend we improved much in the second half in terms of our performance but it's just one moment that costs us and that is what happens when you play top opposition in this league.

“One moment wins it for them and one moment loses it for us and it’s frustrating. We’ve been back on the training ground this week and we have dusted ourselves down because we are excited for the match against Wycombe this weekend.

“I watched them on Tuesday night at Wigan and yes, they have some good players and Matty [Matt Bloomfield] has got them playing some good stuff. I know a few of their players and we know as a group that they’re going to be a handful, but we have to match that and try and stamp our authority on the match.”




On the day of the game, there will be two matchday packages available for both our UK-based and overseas supporters - CLICK HERE TO BUY YOUR PASS TODAY!

Video Match-Pass - £10 (available to Overseas Supporters only)

Audio Match-Pass - £2.50 (Available to all)

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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Supporters will be located in the WhiffAway Stand, with the price brackets below:

Adults - £27

Seniors (65+) - £24

Under-26s - £22

Under-22s - £20

Under-19s - £16

Under-12s - £7

Pay on the day will be available with no price increase. Tickets can be purchased from Ticket Office 1 (located next to the away turnstiles). This will be open from 12pm till kick-off (Card payments only).


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Report: Fleetwood share the spoils with Wycombe on the road

27 January 2024

Fleetwood Town shared the spoils on the road at Adams Park as they drew 2-2 with Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday afternoon.

It was a tale of two halves, with Fleetwood dominating the first period, and the hosts running the second and, even though Promise Omochere and Jayden Stockley both found the back of the net, the points had to be shared in High Wycombe.

It was a slow start to the game for both sides spending the opening five minutes in the middle of the park, but Town looked the livelier from this point onwards as Stockley saw his header be cleared off the line by Jack Grimmer and put out for a corner.

From the resulting set-piece, which was played short to Danny Mayor on the right-hand side, Omochere got on the edge of the low delivery into the box and guided his effort goalward, only for Max Stryjek to dive low and collect the shot.

Not long after this, Charlie Adam’s side found the opener and it was the creation of former Chairboy Harry Boyes as he played a low cross into the box from the left, finding Omochere in the box, who managed to poke home from close range.

The hosts then had a flurry of attacks to try and get the scoreline back to level terms, with shots coming from Freddie Potts – which was brilliantly blocked – and their skipper Grimmer, but neither was able to get past Jay Lynch between the sticks.

This only lit a spark in the Fleetwood side, now captained by Brendan Wiredu, and they managed to double their lead on the half-hour mark when Stockley met Carl Johnston’s cross and nodded past Stryjek, making it two-nil on the afternoon.

But it wasn’t all positive from the opening 45 for Town as, on the stroke of half-time, goal scorer Omochere picked up his second yellow card of the afternoon when he dove in late to a tackle in the middle of the park, ending his work for the day.

The red card certainly gave the home side motivation to come out in the second half and push for attacks and they did just that as Dale Taylor forced a brilliant save out of Lynch before Ben Heneghan handed the ball and gave away a penalty.

Up steps Luke Leahy, who scored the game at Highbury in the season, but Lynch dove down to his right perfectly and stopped the spot kick, only for Town to give away another penalty, this time a handball from Stockley, just minutes later.

Rather than Leahy step up again, Garath McCleary decided to take it this time and he had no hesitation as he struck the ball into the top left corner with venom, therefore halving the deficit and making it a testing last 30 minutes for the Cods.

A rare opportunity in the second period for Fleetwood opened up with 20 minutes to go as Ryan Broom - who returned from injury this afternoon - whipped a cross to the head of Josh Earl in the middle, but his effort was cleared off the line by Potts.

Not long after, there was a heart-stopping moment down the other end of the pitch when substitute Richard Kone thought he had levelled the game up from inside the area but, luckily for Town, he was deemed offside by the linesman.

Wycombe did level things up later in the game as Sam Vokes’ effort on goal from just outside the area was blocked and deflected into the path of Kone, who fired into the back of the Fleetwood net with conviction seven minutes from time.

Chairboys XI: Stryjek (GK), Grimmer (C), Tafazolli, Wheeler (Kone 46’), Vokes, Leahy, Campbell (Sadlier 70’), McCleary, Low, Potts, Taylor.

Unused subs: Ravizzoli (GK), Jacobson, Forino, McCarthy, Kodua.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Johnston, Boyes (Broom 28’), Wiredu (C), Lawal, Stockley, Mayor (Holgate 90+1’), Heneghan, Omochere, Earl, Coughlan (Macadam 59’).

Unused subs: McMullan (GK), Marriott, Quitirna, Patterson.

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Ticket News

Sort your tickets and travel for Wycombe away!

26 January 2024

There's still some time to get your tickets and coach travel booked in for Fleetwood Town's trip to face Wycombe Wanderers this Saturday at Adams Park both online or in-store!

Head coach Charlie Adam and his side will head down South on Saturday 27 January 2024 to take on a Wycombe side who currently sit 17th in the league standings on 30 points. 

Town will be looking to pick up all three points from Adams Park, just like they did back in February 2020 thanks to a second-half goal from forward Paddy Madden.

Here are all the details you will need to know – buy your tickets online HERE:

Wycombe Wanderers v Fleetwood Town – Adams Park – (K/O 3pm)

Supporters will be located in the WhiffAway Stand, with the price brackets below:

Adults - £27

Seniors (65+) - £24

Under-26s - £22

Under-22s - £20

Under-19s - £16

Under-12s - £7

Pay on the day will be available with no price increase. Tickets can be purchased from Ticket Office 1 (located next to the away turnstiles). This will be open from 12pm till kick-off (Card payments only).


Coaches will be departing Highbury at 7:30am, costing only £10 for Onward Card Holders and £25 for non-Onward Card Holders.

If you would like any more information regarding the ticket sales dates, prices, or any other general enquiries, you can contact our ticket office at Highbury Stadium by ringing 01253 775080 or you can email

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