We preview Saturday’s big game…
Sky Bet League 2
Saturday 12th March 2016
Adams Park, Hillbottom Road, High Wycombe, HP12 4HJ
Referee: Andy Woolmer
Stevenage fans are situated in the Panache Stand at Adams Park. In advance sales have now finished and match day prices can be found below.
£22 - Adults (26-59)
£19 - Senior Citizens (over 60)
£17 - Young Adult (19-25)
£13 - Juniors (8-18)
£13 - Child (7 & under)
Aaron O'Connor (calf), Chris Whelpdale (groin) and Charlie Lee (groin) are all out injured for Stevenage. Jake Mulraney signed on loan from QPR last weekend and could feature for the first time.
For Wycombe, on-loan Reading striker Rowan Liburd could make his home debut against Stevenage after making his first professional start in last weekend’s defeat at Newport County.
View from the dressing room:
The story so far…
Wycombe come into this game in 9th place in League 2, just one point off the playoff places. Their league form has been pretty steady all season and they took Aston Villa to an FA Cup third round replay, however the Chairboys have seen their last five games all finish 1-0, losing three of those games.
Gareth Ainsworth's men have seven wins, four draws and six defeats from their 17 home league games this season, during which they've only scored 21 goals whilst conceding 20.
Our last meeting...
Stevenage beat Wycombe 2-1 at The Lamex Stadium earlier this season in a game which will be remembered for goalkeeper Jesse Joronen scoring from his own half. A freak goal from the on-loan Fulham man gave Boro a 1-0 lead at the break, with loan striker Armand Gnanduillet heading in a second on the hour. Wycombe’s Max Kretzchmar reduced the deficit with a thumping header of his own with 10 minutes remaining to leave a tense finish but Boro hung on to record their first win in eight games.
Head to Head:
Stevenage just have the edge over Wycombe in past meetings. From seven games, Stevenage have three wins, Wycombe have two and there have been two draws. Stevenage are also unbeaten at Adams Park with two 1-0 victories and last year's 2-2 draw (below) under their belts.
Betting with Sky Bet:
Stevenage are 23/10 to win tomorrow with Sky Bet, with a draw priced at 12/5.
Live commentary, social media & online coverage:
Can’t make it? Listen to the game live on the Boro Player HD service from 14:50 tomorrow. Our Twitter page is the place to be locked in on a matchday as we provide live minute-by-minute updates during the game as well as all of the up-to-date info and plenty of fun too. Our Facebook page will provide team news and updates at half-time and full-time, whilst if you aren’t following us on Instagram yet then you should be – all the best photos from before, during and after the game will be uploaded here across the weekend.