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Match Previews

The Big Match Preview: Wycombe vs Luton

All you need to know ahead of the visit of the Hatters.

15 September 2017

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

Wycombe Wanderers vs Luton Town
Saturday 16th September 2017, k.o. 3pm
Adams Park
Referee: James Linington

Five points from three games in September so far have seen the Chairboys return to their resilient ways in defence whilst continuing to impress in attack, even if they have been thwarted by two man-of-the-match displays from opposition keepers on the road.

Now they return to Adams Park looking to end their long winless streak against Luton Town, who’ve avoided defeat in 12 previous visits to south Bucks. The Hatters haven’t yet reached the heights expected of them after a busy summer of high-profile recruitment following play-off heartbreak last season, but returned to winning ways on Tuesday night against Port Vale.

Gareth Ainsworth will have selection headaches for all the right reasons, with the three players called into his starting XI on Tuesday catching the eye with impressive performances, adding to the superb team display at Newport three days earlier.

Two defeats in their last 14 league outings shows the Chairboys are tough to beat – now can they take an extra step and record all three points for the first time against one of the promotion favourites?

Team news
Adebayo Akinfenwa could return for the Chairboys after missing both away games through injury, while Sam Saunders and Nathan Tyson are also on the brink of a return.

Luton have Scott Cuthbert available again after suspension, while Lawson D’Ath is their only confirmed absentee due to injury.

Man in the middle
James Linington returns to Adams Park having officiated in the recent Checkatrade Trophy clash with Bristol Rovers – the only match so far this season in which he hasn’t shown a card.

He brandished a red card to two players in his last outing – Aston Villa vs Middlesbrough – and again 10 days earlier when Swindon faced Barnet.

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).

This fixture is all-ticket for away fans, meaning Luton supporters must buy in advance via their own ticket office as no tickets will be available on the day.

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 (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 at the terrace end of the car park.

Food and drink
The bars in the stadium open at 12pm. Note that the Hourglass pub has chosen to permit entry to away fans only, so Chairboys supporters who regularly attend this pub are encouraged to make use of the facilities at Adams Park instead.

  • 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 away fans only, with music, 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.

Paris Cowan-Hall stars on the cover after making his 100th appearance for the club on Tuesday – you can scan the image using the Layar app to view an exclusive video marking his achievement.

Inside, there’s columns from Gareth Ainsworth, Matt Bloomfield, Nick Tunney and Phil Catchpole, plus a special feature on John Motson’s memorable moment at Adams Park, and interviews with Dan Scarr, Adam El-Abd and Joe Jacobson.

Chilterns MS Centre
Wanderers’ club captain Matt Bloomfield has kicked off the fundraising for the Chilterns MS Centre’s ‘Walk The MS Mile’ event on Saturday 16th September – and urges Chairboys fans to follow suit.

The club’s charity partner are staging five walks across the local area throughout September, and will have a team of volunteers at Wycombe’s fixture against Luton Town to collect generous donations from home and away supporters.

Registration for each walk costs just £5 – but you can pledge your support even if you can’t take part by texting WWFC05 to 70070 to make a £5 donation, or by making a cash donation at the Luton fixture.

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 open.
12pm - Caledonian Suite, Monty's and marquee open.
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 1-2 Luton

Blues done at the death.

16 September 2017

Luton snatched a last-gasp winner to take all three points from a pulsating affair at Adams Park.

Adebayo Akinfenwa headed the hosts into the lead and Scott Brown saved Danny Hylton's penalty as the Wanderers looked to be on course for a first ever home win over the Hatters.

However, Scott Cuthbert bundled home an equaliser on 89 minutes and James Collins completed the turnaround nine minutes later to condemn Wycombe to just a second league defeat of the season.

Gareth Ainsworth made three changes to the side that had drawn 0-0 at Mansfield in midweek, with the experienced trio of Adebayo Akinfenwa, Matt Bloomfield and Adam El-Abd all returning to the starting line-up at the expense of Josh Umerah, Ebere Eze and Dan Scarr.

The hosts began brightly, displaying some inventive football in the final third whilst also retaining the threat of a more direct approach to Akinfenwa. Marcus Bean drilled over early on, before Luke O’Nien’s first-time effort from a poor clearance was well kept out by Marek Stech.

Craig Mackail-Smith had a shot blocked and Akinfenwa had his first sight of goal on 13 minutes, sending a header over the top from Joe Jacobson’s inviting cross.

Luton rarely threatened, but did have a goal ruled out for offside when James Collins guided home Alan Sheehan’s free-kick, before Akinfenwa failed to connect with Mackail-Smith’s inviting square pass in the box as action swung back to the other end.

Andrew Shinnie was then booked for dissent after Collins was punished for backing into Adam El-Abd whilst contesting a high ball, before Luton boss Nathan Jones needed a telling off from the referee for his protests at a number of decisions.

Dominic Gape was forced off after failing to recover from an earlier injury, meaning that Sam Saunders returned after a spell on the sidelines, taking his place in midfield.

A near-post cross from Collins had to be well intercepted via a combination of Anthony Stewart and Scott Brown as Danny Hylton lurked, before the breakthrough came five minutes before the interval from the trusted source of Akinfenwa.

Taunted by the Luton fans for long spells behind the goal, he had them silenced with a textbook header from Michael Harriman’s cross, guiding the ball expertly past Marek Stech before celebrating with his partner in crime Luke O’Nien on his back.

Luton were instantly prompted into a change, with the injured Alan McCormack making way for Scott Cuthbert, prompting a reshuffle too as Cuthbert came into defence and Glen Rea moved into midfield.

James Collins then joined Shinnie in the book, penalised for persistent fouling, before Wanderers came agonisingly close to double their lead in first half stoppage time. Adam El-Abd’s close-range header was blocked and fell into the path of Matt Bloomfield, but he was denied as he stretched to meet it with the ball being diverted over the bar.

There were no changes at the interval, but Wycombe applied good pressure in the early stages of the second half, with Glen Rea bravely diverting Sam Saunders’ fierce drive over the bar following a corner.

Luke Berry headed wastefully wide from a cross at the other end, before Town were awarded a penalty when Hylton fell under contact from Joe Jacobson. Hylton himself stepped up, but – not for the first time against the Chairboys – he was unable to convert, this time being denied by a one-handed save from Scott Brown.

As the game grew more tense, Nathan Jones made another change, introducing Harry Cornick for Andrew Shinnie with 63 minutes on the clock, while Akinfenwa was withdrawn from the Wycombe frontline as Nathan Tyson took his place.

He found himself well-placed in the box as Wanderers broke forward well as Mackail-Smith released Bloomfield inside the box, but Wycombe’s number 10 lifted his cross too high for the onrushing forward.

Then came another opportunity for Brown to shine, and he excelled again, tipping Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu’s dipping volley over the bar, but the Hatters were growing into the game and continued to apply pressure.

Wycombe did well to alleviate that pressure, even if it did require some brave blocks and well-timed tackles in their area, and then did well to harry the Hatters high up the pitch.

Luke O’Nien was denied from close range in a scramble from a corner before Marcus Bean did what was needed to stop Hylton in his tracks on the counter, earning a yellow.

The free-kick was cleared, and Sam Saunders then went close with a direct free-kick at the other end, curling the ball just wide of the near post.

Luton’s final change saw Elliot Lee take the place of Glen Rea, and before long the Hatters were level as the clocked towards 90. Hylton’s cross from the left was glanced on and substitute Cuthbert scored for the second year running at Adams Park, turning home from close range.

Wycombe brought on Paris Cowan-Hall at the start of seven minutes’ stoppage time, replacing Craig Mackail-Smith, and he almost won it, rifling a shot goalwards after Jacobson’s deep corner was returned into danger, but a vital block steered it behind.

However, the heartbreak came right at the death, with virtually the final touch. A deep cross to the back post was headed goalwards by James Collins and a combination of Michael Harriman and Marcus Bean tried in vain to keep the ball from crossing the line, sparking delirious and unsavoury scenes at the final whistle as Town celebrated a win they scarcely deserved.

Winning 50/50 Draw Numbers
BLUE £1: 13127 (Prize: £608.00)
ORANGE £2: 28806 (Prize: £90.00)

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Ticket News

Get your ticket for Wycombe vs Luton this Saturday!

12 September 2017

Tickets for the Chairboys' next home game on Saturday 16th September against Luton Town are on sale as Blues look for back-to-back wins at Adams Park.

Tickets for the match are priced as follows with a £2 discount if you purchase before 5pm on Friday 15th September.

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 14th September.

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