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Big Match Preview: Stevenage v Wycombe

7 December 2017

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Everything you need to know...

  • Key Matchday Info...

Tickets are available at advance prices until midnight on Friday at or 5pm on Friday from the club shop.

Matchday tickets are also available from the turnstiles or Ticket Office for both Stevenage and Wycombe supporters.

Check out our First Time Guide, aimed at providing all the vital information for first time home AND away supporters.

Chairboys fans - take a look at our Away Fans section of the website ahead of tomorrow's game.

Saturday's game is our Rainbow Laces fixture where we will be promoting a message of LBGT inclusivity. Find out more here.

Look out for our new Astute Family Challenge at half-time… All the details here.

Continue your player sticker collection this weekend with two stickers supplied with every matchday programme. Make sure you buy a copy of our Sticker Poster too, which has the sticker poster included.

The Broadhall Suite will only be open to both home and away fans from midday.

The Club Shop & Ticket Office are open from midday through until kick-off.

Copies of Free-Kick! will be available to pick up from the Broadhall Suite or Club Shop ahead of the game. Alternatively, download your copy here.

Free parking is available across the A602 in Fairlands Valley car park. Please note not to park in the nearby retail parks.

Get to the game with our Arriva Shuttle Bus service which runs from the Bus and Railway Station to The Lamex Stadium for just £1.50 return.

The bus leaves the stations at 12:54, 13:19, 13:44, 14:09 & 14:34 before the game and then at 16:40, 17:00, 17:20 & 17:45 from the stadium.

Any questions or queries? Please let us know and don't hesitate to ask.

  • Onto the game…

After Saturday’s 5-2 win over Swindon in the FA Cup, focus quickly switches back to the league as Boro’s tough run of fixtures continues.

Stevenage’s form in Sky Bet League Two has been an issue over the past few months but Boro remain in-and-amongst it due to a strong start to the season.

Darren Sarll and the squad have been encouraged by recent performances though, with it all coming together in last Saturday’s win.

With Wycombe 7 points ahead in the standings, a win would be huge to close the gap and bring Boro back into contention.

As mentioned, Wycombe are flying high with 33 points from 20 games and are just 4 points off the automatic promotion spot.

The Chairboys have been just as strong away as at home, 4 wins and 3 draws from their 10 outings on the road.

Adebayo Akinfenwa is enjoying a stellar season, 11 goals and 6 assists leading the way for his team.

  • Team news…

Jack King, Danny Newton and Chris Whelpdale have all missed out on training this week as the physio and support staff try to get them ready for the weekend's game.

We have some good news in that Ben Kennedy returned to training on Thursday and although the Wycombe game will be too soon for him, the plan is for him to make the trip to Exeter in a week's time.

  • View from the camp...

Stevenage boss, Darren Sarll…

“Wycombe’s a tough game, it always is a tough game. Gareth’s side is very committed and he’s done a fabulous job, it’s his fifth/sixth season.

“Anyone who can stay in employment in football management for five seasons should be applauded.

“You know you are going to get a directness in their play that will be supplemented with lots of aggression, lots of commitment and he does really really well at it.

“We need to make sure like last year when we played them at home that we are fully aware and capable of neutralising and bringing our own threat.

“I think we can bring a real threat, obviously the players Monday morning skipped into the training ground rather than debating why we had lost.

“It’s shown this week in training, they have been absolutely magnificent.”

  • Previous meetings...

Across 10 games between Boro and the Chairboys, both sides have an exactly equal record of 4 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats.

Even spookier, both teams have scored exactly the same amount of goals – 11 each. 

  • Last time we met...
  • Can’t make it to The Lamex?

Live match commentary will be available for this game so make sure you subscribe to the new Stevenage iFollow service. If you are based outside of the UK & Ireland, you can stream the game LIVE! 

iFollow subscribers will also be able to access full match highlights along with all the post-match reaction.

Always stay locked into our Twitter feed on a matchday - it is the #1 place for all the latest from the Lamex.


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Match Reports

REPORT: Stevenage 0-0 Wycombe

9 December 2017

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Frantic but no goals to show for it...

Stevenage played out a goalless draw at home to Wycombe on Saturday as defences came out on top in a hard fought match-up.

Chances came at a premium for both sides throughout the 90 minutes, although the game wasn't short on drama.

Sarll named an unchanged line-up from last Saturday's win in the FA Cup, Tom Pett earning his 150th appearance for the club.

The first good chance of the game fell to Matty Godden after Luke Wilkinson picked him out with a long ball over the top, the striker opting to take it early with a looping header which fell just the wrong side of the post.

Wycombe’s primary threat was always going to come from the knockdowns of Akinfenwa and with 15 minutes gone, it almost proved costly. The big man heading down for the on-running Mackail-Smith but King did well to get back in time for the block.

The pairing of Godden and Samuel was looking lively and the former had a number of half chances inside the opening half. Both players combining well after 25 minutes as Samuel broke past his man down the right, pulled it back to his strike partner whose shot was blocked, before Pett saw his follow up soar just over the bar.

The dangerous Eze wrapped a long range effort wide of the post but aside from a couple of nearly moments where Boro’s defenders were almost their own worst enemy, Stevenage would go on to have the better of the half.

Jack King couldn’t quite steer Martin’s free-kick on target after peeling off the back-post and Alex Samuel was having an undeniable influence on the game, keeping the ball well when found early and giving the Wycombe defence plenty of problems.

As the half began to draw to a close, Wycombe would have their best moments of the game and could have gone ahead on a number of occasions.

Mackail-Smith was sent through on goal and but for the quick anticipation from Fryer to come out and meet him, it would have surely been a Chairboys goal.

Fryer was needed again to deny Freeman from just inside the box and right on the whistle, there were flash backs to two seasons ago when Boro goalkeeper Jesse Joronen scored from inside his own box.

Wycombe’s Scott Brown almost finding the net after a long punt upfield was misjudged by Fryer and cleared off the line by Henry. Despite momentary celebrations from the visiting bench, the goal was ruled out.

Right the off to start the second half, Freeman again had the opportunity to put the Chairboys ahead as he received the ball inside the box but his scuffed shot was never troubling the goal.

Chris Whelpdale came close to scoring his first goal back at the club as he was inches away from nodding in Martin’s corner just 3 minutes into the half.

The likes of Samuel and Pett received rough treatment from the Wycombe players throughout the game and it took until the 50th minute for the first Chairboys card – a yellow on Jacobson after a crude challenge on Samuel by the half-way line.

It was Whelpdale who came close again minutes later, heading into the side netting following Martin’s cross towards the backpost.

With half an hour to play, Sarll played his trump card as Danny Newton came off the bench for Alex Samuel, ready to run the Wycombe defence ragged just as he did a week ago.

The experienced Mackail-Smith remained a threat throughout the game and with nearly 20 minutes to go, his rasping half-volley was his clean but straight into the hands of Fryer.

Just like the end of the first half, Boro had to dig deep throughout the remainder of the contest as Wycombe loaded the box with cross after cross and began to up the ante.

Jack King, Luke Wilkinson and the rest of the Boro side defending for their lives as Akinfenwa and co piled on the pressure.

Despite the bombardment, Wycombe forced Fryer into very saves, demonstrated by Tyson's skewed header from only 6 yards out.

Tom Conlon replaced Tom Pett with less than 10 minutes to go and seconds after coming on, Wycombe came inches away as Akinfenwa hit the post with an instinctive header from another launched ball into the box.

Although it was mainly rear-guard action for Boro during the second half, Matty Godden could have scored the winner with just a few minutes to go, wonderfully picked out by Wilkinson from deep but just beaten to the ball by Brown.

In the end, neither side could find a way through to goal as Boro picked up a well earned point against a tough Wycombe side.

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Boro return to league action on Saturday

6 December 2017

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Get behind the lads this Saturday...

Fresh off the emphatic win over Swindon in the FA Cup, Stevenage return to league action this Saturday at home to Wycombe.

Eager to remain in contention for a play-off spot, Darren Sarll's side are in need of three points and hope to take inspiration from the weekend's fine performance.

Save money by purchasing your tickets for the big game in-advance either from, 01438 223223 or the club shop.

Matchday tickets will also be available from the turnstiles on the day of the game.

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