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The Big Match Preview: Wycombe vs Notts County

All you need to know.

18 August 2017

Team news, tickets, travel and much more...

Wycombe Wanderers vs Notts County
Saturday 19th August 2017, k.o. 3pm
Adams Park
Referee: Michael Salisbury

With four points from two league games and a new striker in the building, the feelgood factor is buzzing again around the walls of Adams Park as they look to extend a successful run of form – which stretches back to the end of last season – with another positive result against Notts County.

The Magpies are one of just two clubs to have defeated the Chairboys in the league since February, winning 1-0 at Adams Park in March, and they return with a new-look squad which carries the expectation of a top-seven finish, having been threatened with relegation at times last year.

They’ve made 13 signings over the summer but it’s the Wanderers’ new arrival that will be the talk of the town ahead of kick-off, following the announcement of Craig Mackail-Smith putting pen to paper on a one-year deal.

A sunny day and vibrant atmosphere awaits another strong-sized crowd following the entertainment of the 2-2 draw with Lincoln in front of 5,300 fans on day one – this time the Blues will hoping to go one better and secure all three points.

Team news
Gareth Ainsworth has a decision to make whether or not to thrust Mackail-Smith straight into the starting line-up, while he’ll hope to have Paris Cowan-Hall available again after the frontman came off injured at Port Vale last weekend. Anthony Stewart is back in contention after an ankle complaint.

County boss Kevin Nolan will also be juggling with selection options having lost their opening league and cup fixtures but then beating Chesterfield in League 2 and Everton under-23s in the Checkatrade Trophy. Jonathan Forte impressed in their midweek triumph but has a challenge on his hands to displace former Premier League duo Jon Stead and Shola Ameobi.

Man in the middle
Wanderers experienced mixed fortunes with Michael Salisbury in charge of their games last season; he officiated in the 5-0 FA Cup win at Chesterfield, but then awarded a controversial late penalty to Crewe and sent Gareth Ainsworth to the stands in a 2-1 defeat in February.

His last two games as a referee have seen the home side score five times each, while he’s showed just six yellow cards in his three matches overall.

Chairboys fans can benefit from a £2 discount when they book before 5pm on Friday; click here for all the details including prices and how to book. Phone lines open from 10am on the day of the game, while tickets can be bought on arrival from Ticket Office 1 and 2 (both open at noon).

Scott Brown is the main man in Saturday's edition of Parklife and to mark the occasion, the shop are offering free name and number printing on every goalkeeper shirt bought from the shop on Saturday.

The Chairboys take on Notts County at Adams Park and goalkeeper Scott Brown is the man in the spotlight with a special interview with media man Tom Jarvis.

As well as the shirt printing offer, Brown's signed PEAK gloves are up for grabs - the names of all supporters who buy a replica shirt before the match will be entered into a draw which will be made at half-time.

Shirts are priced at £42 in adult sizes and £35 in junior sizes; visit the shop from 10am on Saturday. Note that shirts will be printed during the match, so fans can make their purchase before the game and collect it afterwards.

You can travel to the game by bus thanks to the Arriva service. 

Adult return: £3
Adult single: £2
Concession return: £1.50
Concession single: £1 

Fares are charged at the same rate regardless of where passengers board the service. Concessions are classed at under 16s and over 60s. 

The service timetables are as follows.

Regular service (for 3pm kick-offs)


  • Wycombe Railway Station – 13.05 and 14.05
  • Eden Bus Station – 13.15 and 14.15
  • Handy Cross Park & Ride – 13.25 and 14.25
  • Adams Park – 13.35 and 14.35 


  • End of Hillbottom Road – 17.10
  • Handy Cross Park & Ride – 17.20
  • Eden Bus Station – 17.30
  • Wycombe Railway Station – 17.40

There will be no parking for the general public in the lower tier - spaces in the upper tier are £5 per car.

There is an additional club-run car park behind Origin Global (on the left before the Adams Park gates), priced at £5 a car.

Spaces for pass holders in the club car park are guaranteed up until 2.30pm, after which time the lower tier becomes closed to vehicles due to high pedestrian traffic.

Blue badge holders are required to pre-book one of 15 complimentary parking spaces via the ticket office; otherwise the standard £5 charge applies.

Where to go
Buying tickets for this game - Ticket Office 1 or 2 (from 12pm).
Collecting pre-booked tickets - collection pod opposite Ticket Office 1
Ticket enquiries - Ticket Office 1, window 4
Shop - through the shop doors
Hospitality and boardroom guests - through the arch to the reception desk
Media - through the arch to the reception desk
Players and officials - designated entrance to the right of the shop
Scouts - collection pod opposite Ticket Office 1
Staff/deliveries - delivery entrance to the left of the shop
Kids zone - the WWSET inflatable target practice will be next to the marquee by the car park entrance.

Food and drink
The bars in the stadium open at 12pm. 

  • Caledonian Suite - home fans only. Ale festival in operation. Also open at half-time for fans in Beechdean & Bucks New Uni stands.
  • Monty's - home fans only. Open after the game.
  • Woodlands - members only. Hot food available.
  • Honours - VIP hospitality.
  • Marquee - open to home and away fans, with a BBQ and selection of alcoholic and soft drinks available.

All bars show Sky Sports and BT Sport on the TVs around the walls, with the exception of the marquee.

The BBQ, which serves burgers, hot dogs and steak burgers, will also be open at half-time, close to the entrance to the Caledonian Suite.

Inside the stadium, each stand is serviced by a kiosk serving hot and cold food and drink.

Wanderers' official matchday programme 'Parklife' has new signing Craig Mackail-Smith on the front cover while there’s an interview with Scott Brown and columns from Gareth Ainsworth, Matt Bloomfield and general manager Michael Davies.

Adrian Wood revisits the first and last meetings with the Magpies, while there’s also a look at the Chairboys’ top 10 goal celebrations in recent times.

50/50 matchday draws
The club operates two matchday draws, giving fans the chance to win a cash prize. Purchase your blue £1 or orange £ tickets from our vendors around the ground to be entered into the draw, where 50% of the takings go into the prize find and the other 50% goes to support club projects.

Matchday timetable
10am - phone lines and shop open.
12pm - Ticket Office 1 and 2 open.
12pm - Caledonian Suite & Monty's bars open for home fans. Marquee open for away fans.
1pm - collection point at blue pod open.
1pm - players begin to arrive.
1.30pm - turnstiles open for access to stadium bowl.
2pm - teams announced via Twitter.
2.10pm - teamsheets distributed around the bars.
2.55pm - teams emerge from the tunnel.
3pm - kick-off.
3.45pm - half-time. Fans in Beechdean & Bucks New Uni stands have access to the Caledonian Suite.
4pm - second half commences.
4.45pm - full-time. Caledonian Suite and Monty's open.
5.15pm - Q&A in the Caledonian Suite.

Can't make it?
Listen live on iFollow with Phil Catchpole on the club's new and improved audio and video service, while overseas fans can watch the game live for the first time. Click here for details.

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Match Reports

Report: Wycombe 2-4 Notts County

Nick Freeman and Joe Jacobson on target but the Blues fall to defeat.

19 August 2017

Wanderers succumbed to a 4-2 home loss to Notts County as the Magpies took advantage of defensive errors to consign the hosts to defeat.

Nick Freeman and Joe Jacobson had wiped out County's first-half lead, handed to them by Richard Duffy and a Luke O'Nien own goal, but Jonathan Forte and Lewis Alessandra ensured the points would be heading up the M1.

Gareth Ainsworth made three changes to his starting line-up with injuries keeping Nathan Tyson, Paris Cowan-Hall and Sam Saunders sidelined, so Paul Hayes, Dayle Southwell and Matt Bloomfield were called into action.

Luke O’Nien almost wriggled free into the box inside three minutes but lost his footing at a vital moment, before Michael Harriman performed heroics at the other end, denying Shaun Brisley’s free header with a miraculous goal-line clearance, flying through the air to divert it over the bar with his head.

In a fast-tempo and direct start, both sides earned corners and the Magpies had another sight of goal when Jon Stead flashed a header over the bar from a set-piece, but Wanderers didn’t heed the warning and fell behind to a simple free header granted to Richard Duffy, steering Dan Jones’ free-kick into the bottom corner.

Matters got worse just two minutes later and it was the unfortunate Luke O’Nien whose name was written onto the scoresheet for scoring an own goal, though he could do nothing about it. Scott Brown spilled Jones’ low cross into the six-yard box and Adam El-Abd’s hurried clearance smacked into his team-mate and rebounded into the net to make it 2-0.

A shell-shocked Wycombe looked for a quick response and upped their game to put County on the back foot for a spell, though Adebayo Akinfenwa couldn’t quite stretch enough to divert Dayle Southwell’s flick-on goalwards following Michael Harriman’s clever cross.

Then Dan Jones’ rash challenge on O’Nien was punished by a yellow card with the Blues midfielder finding himself in the wars throughout the first half, before Southwell came close to prodding home a loose ball from six yards out after a long throw fell his way, but it was cleared in the nick of time.

Harriman’s intervention was required again on the goal-line when a County header bounced towards goal, and his energy up and down the flank provided some cheer for the home fans as he threatened an equaliser with a low shot from 25 yards, though Adam Collin was equal to it and held.

O’Nien attempted a similar effort from further out in first-half stoppage time, but again the keeper was untroubled, leaving the Blues with an uphill struggle to salvage anything from the game in the second period.

Gareth Ainsworth acted by making two half-time changes, introducing Nick Freeman and debutant Craig Mackail-Smith for Dayle Southwell and Paul Hayes, while the ref had his notebook out again to hand a yellow card to Dominic Gape for a foul.

Hope arrived just four minutes into the second period, when Nick Freeman halved the deficit with a superb first ever EFL goal. Mackail-Smith worked hard to win a throw high up the pitch, from which Harriman’s deep cross was nudged out to the left-hand side of the box and Freeman returned the ball into the top corner with a sumptuous first-time strike.

County reacted well to quell momentum but Mackail-Smith could have levelled before the hour-mark, finding space to meet Harriman’s left-footed cross but sending a free header straight at Collin.

Akinfenwa then mistimed a shot from Jacobson’s clever free-kick as Wanderers began to build up a head of steam, and the equaliser arrived in stunning fashion with a quarter of the game remaining.

Jacobson was always going to be the leading contender to take a free-kick dead centre 30 yards out, and his curling effort was inch-perfect, clipping the inside of the post to beat the keeper and complete the comeback.

Confidence was flowing through the hosts and Dom Gape fancied his luck from distance, but arrowed his effort a couple of yards over the top, before Akinfenwa planted a header narrowly wide from Bloomfield’s perfectly floated cross.

Kevin Nolan made two changes after being pegged back to 2-2, introducing Lewis Alessandra for Terry Hawkridge after Jonathan Forte had replaced Jon Stead, but the pendulum seemed to be swinging the way of the hosts who were playing like a different team from the one that under-performed in the opening 45 minutes.

Freeman’s low cross was cut out after smart control and a pass from Harriman, but Wanderers were then undone by more sloppy marking from a set-piece for County’s third.

Dan Jones whipped in a free-kick to the back post and the ball was returned into the six-yard box to give Jonathan Forte the simple opportunity to nod home.

Jack Williams came on for Matt Bloomfield in a final throw of the dice, but the visitors sealed the points when Grant’s low cross towards the near post was turned onto the frame of the goal by Brown but Shola Ameobi pounced to keep the chance alive and Alessandra hammered it into the net from a matter of inches.

Adam El-Abd was booked in stoppage time following a coming together in the Magpies’ box, but there was no further incident as the hosts were left to lament defensive lapses which saw their second-half efforts come undone.

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Ticket News

Get your tickets for Notts County at Adams Park this Saturday!

Get your ticket for the County clash.

15 August 2017

Tickets are now on sale for the Chairboys' home fixture vs Notts County on Saturday 19th August (k.o. 3pm)

Wycombe take on Kevin Nolan's Magpies in their second league fixture at Adams Park in 2017/18, and tickets for the match are priced as follows with a £2 discount if you purchase before 5pm on Friday 18th August.

Price Type Frank Adams Stand Beechdean Stand (Blocks C, D & E) Origin Family Stand Terrace
Adult (26-59) £22 £22 
Senior (60+) £19 £19 £15 £13
Young Adult (19-25) £17 £17 
Junior (12-18) £13 £13 £7 
Child (11 and under) £13 £13 

Ticket prices have been frozen for the new season, with the added bonus that the qualifying age for free tickets in the Origin Family Stand has been raised from 7 to 11.

Call 01494 441118, visit the shop at Adams Park, or go online to book tickets. If purchasing online for the terrace, select 'Best Available' rather than 'Choose Seats'.

You have three options for receiving your tickets:

1) Have them posted to you (additional fee applies)
2) Collect them from Adams Park, either in advance or on the day of the game
3) Have the tickets sent to you via email, to print off and bring with you, or to show on your smart phone. The barcode is scanned at the turnstile to grant access.

VIP Hospitality
Watch the match in style with a VIP hospitality package, either with fellow guests in the Honours Lounge or in your own exclusive executive box.

Honours Lounge
Enjoy a three-course meal, reserved car parking, programmes, teamsheets, half-time refreshments, top price ticket for the game and access to the Man of the Match presentation, all for just £50 per person. Season ticket holders can upgrade for only £25.

Executive Box
Watch the game from the best seat in the house - outside your very own executive box. You'll receive 12 tickets, a three-course meal, reserved car parking, programmes, teamsheets, half-time refreshments, a player visit pre-match and a welcome in the matchday programme.  An executive box for this fixture costs £1,285 + VAT.

Call 01494 455766 or email to book your VIP hospitality package no later than 5pm on Thursday 17th August.

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