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The Big Match Preview: Yeovil vs Wycombe

All you need to know.

13 April 2018

Team news, tickets, travel and more.

Yeovil Town vs Wycombe Wanderers
Saturday 14th April 2018, k.o. 3pm
Huish Park
Referee: Gavin Ward


After 12 days away, a mini five-game season kicks off for the Chairboys with a trip to Somerset this weekend, with Gareth Ainsworth’s men knowing that their destiny remains in their own hands if they are to secure promotion to League 1.

Results may not have gone in Wanderers’ favour during their free weekend last week but the 2-1 victory over Grimsby last time out ensured that they remain in the top three, ahead of a meeting with a Glovers side who’ve dented a couple of other promotion attempts in recent weeks.

They stunned Coventry with a 6-2 win and took all three points from Colchester, as well as securing draws at Exeter and Swindon, though they were overcome when they faced Luton in their last encounter at Huish Park, picking up two red cards in the process.

Darren Way’s side will hope for happier times at home against Wycombe, who won the reverse fixture 2-1 back in November and are looking to complete the double by combining their recent defensive resilience with a combative attacking display, with Scott Kashket and Randell Williams adding their names to an illustrious list of options with their performances against the Mariners.

Team News
Yeovil welcome back Ryan Dickson after suspension and forward Sam Surridge is back from injury, but striker Francois Zoko misses out due to a ban and Nathan Smith, James Bailey, Dan Alfei, Jake Gray and keepers Stuart Nelson and Artur Krysiak are all injured.

For Wycombe, Sam Saunders is available again after being named in the squad for the first time since January against Grimsby, while Gareth Ainsworth has said that injury victims Tafari Moore, Matt Bloomfield, Curtis Thompson and Anthony Stewart could all return over the next week.

Man in the Middle
A late change to the officials sees Gavin Ward take over from Scott Oldham; Ward has officiated two Wycombe away wins at Cambridge and Cheltenham this season.

He’s shown 113 yellow and four red cards in his 40 games so far.

Kit
Wycombe will be in their regular light and dark blue quarters with dark blue shorts.

Tickets
Wanderers have sold over 500 of their initial allocation of 840 tickets; 400 (standing) in the Radiocabs Stand and 440 (seated) in the Screwfix Community Stand.

Prices are as follows; please note that seated prices increase on the day by £3 and terrace by £2.

Seated (Screwfix Community Stand):
Adult: £21
Senior (65+): £17
Disabled: £17 (Carer for wheelchair and ambulant disabled FOC)
Young person (16-21): £13
Under 16: £6

Standing (Radio Cabs Stand):
Adult: £16
Senior (65+): £14
Young person (16-21): £12
Under 16: £5

Pre-booked tickets can be posted, collected from Adams Park before 1pm on Friday 13th April, or from Huish Park on the day of the match.

Travel
By Adrian Wood

Postcode: BA22 8YF

Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Take the A404 south, leading to the A404(M) and the westbound M4. Exit motorway at J11 and take the A33 towards Basingstoke. Follow signs for M3 into the Basingstoke Ring Road. Join the M3 signposted Southampton. Leave the M3 at J8 then merge onto the A303 (s/p The South West, Andover). Do not take the A359 or A37 turnings to Yeovil but continue on the A303 until you reach the Cartgate Roundabout. Here take the A3088 (s/p Yeovil). At the roundabout facing the Agusta Westland Airfield turn left onto Bunford Lane. Go straight over the next roundabout and at the roundabout by the Asda Supermarket take the 1st exit into Lufton Way. This will bring you to the front of Huish Park and the entrance to the away supporters’ car park.

Mileage from High Wycombe = 121 (average journey time 2 hours 16 minutes)

Suggested car parking area
Car parking is available at Huish Park, priced at £3 a car on both sides of the ground. Follow the brown directional signs from the A303 and the Asda Roundabout.

YTFC ask all supporters visiting Huish Park to be respectful to their neighbours. There are large areas of industrial estates to the west of the stadium and large residential areas to the east. If fans wish to park off site they ask that you favour the industrial areas and minimise disruption to the local residents.

Fancy using the train?
This is possible by train but it’s not the easiest of trips. There is a direct service from London Waterloo to Yeovil Junction, average journey time 2h 18m. Possible timings are departures at 10:20 and 11:20 arriving at 12:38 and 13:38 respectively. Yeovil Junction though is almost 5 miles away from the stadium. There is a bus No.68 which runs from Yeovil Junction to the town centre. You can then take the regular First Traveller No.1 service (every 15 minutes), which drops you near the stadium at the Abbey Manor Park Housing Estate. The No.68 connects with the No.1 at the Lloyds TSB Bank, located on the town centre High Street (make sure you catch the No.1 with 'Abbey Manor Park' on the front).There are trains back from Yeovil Junction to Waterloo at 18:31, 19:29 and 20:29.

Facilities for away fans
Away fans are mostly situated in the Radio Cabs Stand at one end of the ground. This is an uncovered terrace, so hope for a dry day. Up to 1,500 supporters can be housed in this area. Additionally around 600 seats are allocated to visiting fans in the Screwfix Community Stand, along one side of the pitch, which is covered. The main enquiries number at the stadium is 01935 423 662.

Spare time before or after match?
The nearest hostelries are all a 10-15 min walk from the ground. There is ‘The Arrow’ and ‘The Airfield Tavern’. The latter has the benefit of a handy fish and chip shop located next door called Palmers. ‘The Arrow’ comes recommended and also serves food. To find this pub, from the ground car park, walk back up the road past the ground to the top and turn right. At the end of this road, turn left onto the main road and after a short distance take the first right. Go straight down this road through the new looking residential area and after about ten minutes of walking, you will see a clearing on your right and just beyond this there are some shops and the Arrow pub in the middle. The pub does have a large car park.

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Report: Yeovil 0-1 Wycombe

Read the the report from Huish Park.

14 April 2018

Randell Williams’ first professional goal proved enough for Wycombe as they left Huish Park with a 1-0 win over Yeovil Town.

It was a far from a classic, and Wanderers saw less of the ball than perhaps they would have liked, but a moment of magic and a great hit from the Watford loanee in the 79th minute saw the Chairboys home and dry in a smash and grab affair.

Gareth Ainsworth made two changes to his starting XI for this one with Nathan McGinley replacing the injured Sido Jombati at the back and Nick Freeman coming in for Williams who dropped to the bench.

It was a relatively even opening under the bright sunshine at Huish Park; Wycombe showing some good play high up the pitch down the right wing, winning a succession of early corners.

The first moment of real danger from either side came on 22 minutes as a dangerous Town cross flew across the face of goal and deflected behind for a corner with Scott Brown opting to stay on his line. The resulting set-piece was then pulled up for a foul in Wycombe’s favour.

Otis Khan then cut in from the right a couple of minutes later, but his low shot was bravely blocked by the Wanderers defence as the Glovers enjoyed a spell on top midway through the half.

The Chairboys were forced into a change on the half-hour mark as Luke O’Nien hobbled off and was replaced by Randell Williams; seeing a shuffle in Wycombe’s attacking line as Scott Kashket came in to a more central role.

The dangerous pairing of Kashket and Akinfenwa linked up well on 38 minutes as the Beast chested it down to the magic man. The forward took a touch and saw his drive well blocked by Thomas James.

The towering presence of Omar Sowunmi almost paid off for the hosts with just over five minutes of the half left to play.  A deep cross found the centre-half at the back stick, he won the header but it bounced a yard wide of the far post.

In added time the Glovers went even closer as Khan whipped in a dangerous free-kick through a crowd of bodies which Brown expertly tipped on to the woodwork before McGinley hooked clear.

Then at the other end, Kashket latched on to a loose ball, played a neat one-two with Akinfenwa before his shot deflected wide.

Half-time:  Yeovil 0-0 Wycombe

The second-half was just two minutes old when Yeovil had the ball in the back of the net, but thankfully Wycombe were saved by the assistant referee’s flag as Fisher bundled Jordan Green’s low ball home from an offside position.

It was home side were seeing most of the ball in the early stages of the restart but the Chairboys looked dangerous on the counter. Randell Williams received the ball on the edge of the box and looked to curl one but a block took the ferocity out of the shot on 55’.

Gareth Ainsworth made his second change of the afternoon just before the hour-mark as Craig Mackail-Smith replaced Kashket up top with Akinfenwa.

Wanderers were next to try their luck as Freeman went close from distance, striking it low from 25-yards after Dominic Gape won back possession, but it went a yard wide on 63 minutes.

Yeovil made their first change on 67 minutes, as Marcus Barnes replaced the lively Rhys Browne, but it was Wycombe who were next on the attack as Williams delivered a smart cross from the left  but it's nicked off the head of Akinfenwa.

After a couple of warnings, Marcus Bean went into the book on 73 minutes after a late challenge on Khan. Adam El-Abd then soon followed after mistimed challenge on Barnes 25-yards out from Wycombe’s goal. From the resulting free-kick, James just missed the target.

The game needed a moment a genius to break the deadlock and it got just that courtesy of Williams on 79 minutes. Wanderers kept the ball alive after Joe Jacobson’s cross was cleared. Bean fed Williams who struck it low, onto the inside the post and into the net and then celebrated acrobatically.

Yeovil rolled the dice with two quick subs as Ryan Seager and Alefe Santos replaced Green and Oscar Gobern with the Glovers planning a late assault on the Wycombe goal.

Superb covering from Michael Harriman stopped Barnes going through one-on-one with Brown after getting the better of McGinley on 88 minutes.

Five torturous minutes were added but Wanderers held on to secure three priceless points on the road ahead of Tuesday night’s trip to play-off chasing Lincoln.

Attendance: 3,307 (646 Wycombe).

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Ticket News

Tickets and travel: Yeovil Town (A, 14/04)

Book now for the trip to Huish Park.

31 March 2018

Tickets are now on sale for the Chairboys' Sky Bet League Two match at Yeovil Town on Saturday 14th April (k.o. 3pm).

Wanderers have been given an initial allocation of 840 tickets; 400 (standing) in the Radiocabs Stand and 440 (seated) in the Screwfix Community Stand.

Prices are as follows; please note that seated prices increase on the day by £3 and terrace by £2.

Seated (Screwfix Community Stand):
Adult: £21
Senior (65+): £17
Disabled: £17 (Carer for wheelchair and ambulant disabled FOC)
Young person (16-21): £13
Under 16: £6

Standing (Radio Cabs Stand):
Adult: £16
Senior (65+): £14
Young person (16-21): £12
Under 16: £5

Call 01494 441118, visit the shop at Adams Park (10am - 5pm, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri), or go online to book. Pre-booked tickets can be posted, collected from Adams Park before 1pm on Friday 13th April, or from Huish Park on the day of the match.

Travel
By Adrian Wood

Postcode: BA22 8YF

Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Take the A404 south, leading to the A404(M) and the westbound M4. Exit motorway at J11 and take the A33 towards Basingstoke. Follow signs for M3 into the Basingstoke Ring Road. Join the M3 signposted Southampton. Leave the M3 at J8 then merge onto the A303 (s/p The South West, Andover). Do not take the A359 or A37 turnings to Yeovil but continue on the A303 until you reach the Cartgate Roundabout. Here take the A3088 (s/p Yeovil). At the roundabout facing the Agusta Westland Airfield turn left onto Bunford Lane. Go straight over the next roundabout and at the roundabout by the Asda Supermarket take the 1st exit into Lufton Way. This will bring you to the front of Huish Park and the entrance to the away supporters’ car park.

Mileage from High Wycombe = 121 (average journey time 2 hours 16 minutes)

Suggested car parking area
Car parking is available at Huish Park, priced at £3 a car on both sides of the ground. Follow the brown directional signs from the A303 and the Asda Roundabout.

YTFC ask all supporters visiting Huish Park to be respectful to their neighbours. There are large areas of industrial estates to the west of the stadium and large residential areas to the east. If fans wish to park off site they ask that you favour the industrial areas and minimise disruption to the local residents.

Travelling by coach?
OWWSA will be running a coach that will leave Adams Park at 10.00. Travel prices are £18 for adults, £17 for seniors, and £16 for juniors. The price for non-members is £23 (no refund if game is cancelled and the coaches have left their depot). Non members are required to pay at the time of booking their seat.  If you wish to book by phone (Rena 01494 520179, Graham 07876 267301) or by e-mail (bookings@owwsa.co.uk) you need to do so by Thursday 12th April at 17.00 hrs. If booking by email please make sure you receive an acknowledgment.

Fancy using the train?
This is possible by train but it’s not the easiest of trips. There is a direct service from London Waterloo to Yeovil Junction, average journey time 2h 18m. Possible timings are departures at 10:20 and 11:20 arriving at 12:38 and 13:38 respectively. Yeovil Junction though is almost 5 miles away from the stadium. There is a bus No.68 which runs from Yeovil Junction to the town centre. You can then take the regular First Traveller No.1 service (every 15 minutes), which drops you near the stadium at the Abbey Manor Park Housing Estate. The No.68 connects with the No.1 at the Lloyds TSB Bank, located on the town centre High Street (make sure you catch the No.1 with 'Abbey Manor Park' on the front).There are trains back from Yeovil Junction to Waterloo at 18:31, 19:29 and 20:29.

Facilities for away fans
Away fans are mostly situated in the Radio Cabs Stand at one end of the ground. This is an uncovered terrace, so hope for a dry day. Up to 1,500 supporters can be housed in this area. Additionally around 600 seats are allocated to visiting fans in the Screwfix Community Stand, along one side of the pitch, which is covered. The main enquiries number at the stadium is 01935 423 662.

Spare time before or after match?
The nearest hostelries are all a 10-15 min walk from the ground. There is ‘The Arrow’ and ‘The Airfield Tavern’. The latter has the benefit of a handy fish and chip shop located next door called Palmers. ‘The Arrow’ comes recommended and also serves food. To find this pub, from the ground car park, walk back up the road past the ground to the top and turn right. At the end of this road, turn left onto the main road and after a short distance take the first right. Go straight down this road through the new looking residential area and after about ten minutes of walking, you will see a clearing on your right and just beyond this there are some shops and the Arrow pub in the middle. The pub does have a large car park.

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