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9 February 2017

Wycombe Wanderers

Sky Bet League 2

Saturday 11th February 2017

The Lamex Stadium, Stevenage, SG2 8RH

Kick-off: 3pm

Referee: Dean Whitestone

Saturday's game is our #NCSMatchday where we are promoting this summer's programme for 16-17 year olds!

Ticket News:

Saturday is a Category A game so advance prices range from £4 to £22. Tickets are available at advance prices until 5pm on Friday in the club shop or online until 11:59pm on Friday night.

Home & away tickets will also be available on all cash turnstiles at the below match day prices. 

West Stand (home fans)/South Stand (away fans):

Adult - £24

Concession - £21

U22 - £16

U16 - £12

U12 - £10

East Terrace and North Terrace (home fans):

Adult - £20

Concession - £18

U22 - £12

U16 - £8

U12 - £6

Team news:

Darren Sarll is expected to have a strong squad to choose from this weekend, with Tom Conlon the only definite absentee with injury. TC is getting every closer to fitness and has been out running in recent weeks.

Andrew Fox and Kgosi Ntlhe could potentially make a return to the squad after recently returning to training.

Ryan Johnson, Fraser Franks and Ben Kennedy all picked up knocks in the weeks but are expected to recover in time for the weekend.

Wycombe’s season so far...

The Chairboys got off to a slow start this season, winning only four of their first 15 league games. They have turned things around though since, winning nine and losing only once from the subsequent 13 games.

Recently Wycombe have been busy in cup competitions having reached the Semi-Finals of the Checkatrade Trophy and the Fourth Round of the FA Cup.

Now their only focus is League Two as they try to push for promotion, currently sitting 6th in the table.

Wycombe's recent results:

Coventry 2-1 Wycombe (EFL Trophy)

Wycombe 1-0 Portsmouth (League Two)

Exeter 4-2 Wycombe (League Two)

Tottenham 4-3 Wycombe (FA Cup)

Mansfield 1-2 Wycombe (EFL Trophy)

Wycombe 1-1 Luton (League Two)

Wycombe 1-1 Yeovil (League Two)

The last time we met:

Back in September, a second half Dale Southwell strike was enough to earn all three points for the Chairboys in a tight contest at Adams Park. 

...and last time that we hosted Wycombe at our house, this happened:

Last time we played @wwfcofficial at home, we witnessed one of the most bizarre moments at the Lamex in recent memory... 👀

— StevenageFC Official (@StevenageFC) February 9, 2017

Betting with Sky Bet:

Stevenage are 17/10 underdogs with league sponsors, Sky Bet to get the win on Saturday.

The Chairboys are priced up at 13/8 by Sky Bet to get the victory so the bookies don’t think there will be much in it.

With six goals in his last five games, Matt Godden is 11/2 to be first goalscorer and 10/1 to score a brace.

Sign up to SkyBet through any of the attached links and the club will benefit financially from your bets!

Live commentary, social media & online coverage:

Can’t make it? Fans can listen to the game anywhere in the world on our Boro Player HD service where Steve Watkins will be leading the commentary as usual.

Our Twitter page is the place to be on a matchday as we provide live minute-by-minute updates along with all the up-to-date info and key content.

Full post-match reaction and highlights will be available on our Boro PlayerHD and YouTube platforms.

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