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Match preview: Wycombe Wanderers (H)

6 October 2023

Fleetwood Town are back on home soil this weekend against Wycombe Wanderers in Sky Bet League One, and we have everything 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 7 October 2023

Kick-off: 3pm (BST)

Venue: Highbury Stadium, Park Ave, Fleetwood, FY7 6SP



Wycombe head north for one of their longest trips of the season, looking to avenge the defeats suffered in their last two away fixtures when they take on Fleetwood Town at Highbury on Saturday.

Matt Bloomfield's side performed admirably at Charlton and Portsmouth but lost both games to late goals, having won successive away games prior to that at Bristol Rovers and Northampton.

Now they come up against a Fleetwood side who lost six consecutive league games - costing former head coach Scott Brown his job. New boss Lee Johnson took to the helm in September which has seen the Cod rmy win their last two matches against Leyton Orient and Cheltenham.



“I expect a stern test this weekend. With Sam Vokes up front, the team play into him and with Josh Scowen in midfield, he is busy in there and they have been very successful under Gareth Ainsworth in the past but they have continued that style of play.

“We do have the right ‘clubs in the bag’ so to speak to cope with them. Our two centre-halves are very good in individual duels and are very strong in that sense. With our midfielders, they are better connected now, and the confidence is flowing.

“I think Saturday will be about us dealing with the first ball, tidying up the second ball and then showing our quality going forward.”

Supporters can watch the full interview on iFollow HERE!



Ticket prices start from £22 for an Adult to stand behind the goal, with Seniors / Under-25s costing £17 and those Under-16s starting from £7 - there will be an additional cost for those who want a seat on matchday in either the Highbury or Parkside Stand - click HERE to buy online!

Don’t worry if you can't buy online, you can also pop into the club shop at Highbury from 9am to get them in person if you prefer! 

If supporters wish to call the Ticket Office for further details, please call 01253 775080 (Option 1) to speak to a member of the team. You can also head down to Highbury to get your tickets in-store.



Supporters of the Cods who live abroad will be able to purchase a Video Match Pass for £10 or those who are based in the United Kingdom can buy an Audio Match Pass for just £2.50 - so you can get behind the lads online and from the comfort of your own home – buy your iFollow passes HERE!

Commentary for both streaming services will be provided by BBC Radio Lancashire, live from Highbury Stadium, as their reporters will be watching the game next to the Club’s media team in the press box.

Video Match Pass - £10 (Overseas supporters)

Audio Match Pass - £2.50 (U.K. Based only)

If you want to view these passes or even the seasonal ones which will run until our clash against Ipswich Town at the start of May, click HERE – make sure you don’t miss anything from Fleetwood Town from now until the end of the season!

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Report: Town defeated at home by Wycombe Wanderers

7 October 2023

Fleetwood Town suffered a 4-1 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers, as the Cod Army returned to home action in Sky Bet League One.

Jack Marriott’s third goal in as many games wasn’t enough to cancel out a first-half Dale Taylor double, and goals from Freddie Potts and Luke Leahy earned the away side all three points.

After a cagey opening five minutes, Wycombe came close from a couple of chances; the first saw Jay Lynch stretch low to parry Harry Boyes’ shot wide before Chris Forino shaved the post with a curling strike from the edge of the area.

Then, it was Fleetwood’s turn to ask questions of the opposition as Marriott latched onto the end of a long ball through towards goal but bundled his effort narrowly wide of the post. The game began to open up then, which saw the away side open the scoring.

Wycombe forward Taylor nipped in at the front post and lofted a header behind him and into the far corner. Time seemed to stand still at that moment, as the winger’s effort caught everyone by surprise, including Town keeper Lynch who remained rooted to the spot.

With 30 minutes on the clock, Lee Johnson’s side were punished for the second time as Wycombe doubled their lead. It was a brilliantly worked goal, which saw a number of quick passes exchanged, resulting in Potts calmly lifting the ball past Lynch to finish off the move.

But things were set to get even better for the visitors, as they would go into half-time with a commanding three-nil lead. Potts and Taylor linked up on the edge of the area once more before the latter slotted his second of the day into the far corner.

In search of a second-half comeback, Johnson made a triple change during the interval, as Shaun Rooney, Danny Mayor, and Kabongo Tshimanga were all introduced and, with half an hour left to play, those changes paid off as the Cods found a goal back.

A marvellous mazy run saw Tshimanga beat his man out wide before the striker excellently pulled the ball across the penalty area for Marriott to slot in and continue his impressive goalscoring run.

But as soon as Fleetwood found their groove, they were hit with a hammer blow, when Ben Heneghan was shown a second yellow card for bringing Hanlan down. Up stepped Luke Leahy, to expertly restore his side’s three-goal lead with the resulting free kick.

A flurry of late chances for Fleetwood followed as Town looked to reduce the deficit once more; Junior Quitirna continued to cause problems for Wycombe, but the damage to the scoreline had already been done in the first half, as the score remained 4-1 to the Chairboys.

Town XI: Lynch (GK), Johnston, Lawal (Rooney 46’), Vela (C) (Robertson 84’), Broom, (Mayor 46’), Marriott (Stockley 90’) Quitirna, Heneghan, Omochere, (Tshimanga 46’), Nsiala, Earl.

Unused subs: McMullan (GK), Simons.

Chairboys XI: Stryjek (GK), Scowen (C), Forino, Leahy, Boyes, (De Barr 89’), Low (Tafazolli 89’), Hanlan (Vokes 65’), Potts, Taylor (Sadlier 77’), Phillips (McCleary 65’), Pattenden.

Unused subs: Ravizolli (GK), Keogh.

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