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The Big Match Preview: Wycombe vs Walsall

All you need to know.

21 April 2019

Team news, tickets, travel and more.

Wycombe Wanderers vs Walsall
Monday 22nd April 2019, k.o. 3pm
Adams Park
Referee: Charles Breakspear

Four points separate Wycombe in 18th and Walsall in 23rd, with just three games to go. The battle for survival in League 1 continues to take twists and turns, and Monday's game represents an opportunity for Wanderers to ensure the Saddlers cannot catch them, by taking three points at home for the first time since January.

Friday's performance at Rochdale was arguably just as impressive - if not more so - than the 2-0 victory at Southend six days earlier, but the difference on this occasion was the scoreline, with Dale's 1-0 win lifting them above the Blues by one point.

Meanwhile, Walsall ended a long losing streak by snatching a point against Southend at the death, netting a stoppage time penalty to draw 1-1 in Martin O'Connor's second match in caretaker charge.

The Saddlers were victorious in the reverse fixture, winning 3-2 at the end of October, but plenty has changed since that day. Now it could simply be a case of which teams can hold their nerve and summon enough fight to claw away from danger, with many remaining fixtures across the division featuring two sides embroiled in the battle... just like this one on Monday.

Not familiar with a matchday at Adams Park? Read our First Time Fans Guide.

And Saddlers supporters - take a look at our Away Fans Guide.

Team news
Nathan Tyson and Luke Bolton trained with the team before Friday's game at Rochdale and could be available again, leaving only Darius Charles sidelined.

Matt Jarvis, Kory Roberts and Adam Chambers are all absent with injuries for the Saddlers, while Martin O'Connor changed goalkeeper for Friday's game, with Chris Dunn possibly in line to keep his place between the sticks.

Click here for all the details including prices and how to book.

Tickets can be purchased on arrival, from Ticket Office 1, or cash turnstiles to the terrace and away stand.

Pre-booked tickets can be collected from the blue pod outside Ticket Office 1.

Tickets for Saturday's game at AFC Wimbledon will be on sale from 10am; click here for info.

Ex-Players return!
The Ex-Players Association celebrate their 10-year anniversary with the return of a host of Chairboys heroes, who'll be paraded onto the pitch at around 2.40pm. Click here for details.

Shop sale
All O'Neills items (excluding home shirt) are 40% off in the shop, open from 10am, and there's a kitman's sale of old stock in the Caledonian Suite ahead of the game.

Sign-Up Saturday
Book your season tickets for the 2019/20 campaign by completing the application form and dropping it off in reception at Adams Park. You can download a form from here, or pick one up from reception. Full details can be found here.

Already ordered a season ticket? You'll be able to collect it from the Deliveries entrance to the left of the shop.

Please do not attempt to return forms or renew season tickets in the shop on a home matchday; forms should be dropped off in reception.

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

Arriva operate a matchday service at a standard fare of £3 single or £4 return, irrespective of where passengers join or leave the service. Children aged 12 and under are charged half price (£1.50 single or £2 return).

3pm kick-offs:
Handy Cross Hub – 12.55 and 13.55
Rail Station – 13.05 and 14.05
Frogmoor – 13.10 and 14.10
Bus Station – 13.15 and 14.15
Adams Park – 13.30 and 14.30

The return service will depart from Adams Park approximately 20 minutes after full-time, calling at the same pick-up/drop-off points.

Fares will be charged as follows:

Adult Single: £3
Adult Return: £4
Child Single: £1.50
Child Return: £2 Children are classed as ages 12 and under.

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)
Buying tickets for upcoming games - Ticket Office 1
Collecting pre-booked tickets - collection pod outside Ticket Office
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 outside Ticket Office 1
Staff/deliveries - delivery entrance to the left of the shop

Food and drink
The bars in the stadium open at 12pm. 
  • Caledonian Suite - home fans only. Ale festival in operation. Open at half-time for fans in the Beechdean Stand and terrace. Open after the game.
  • Monty's – closed to the public, to accommodate the Ex-Players Association.
  • Woodlands – Members only.
  • Honours - VIP hospitality.
  • Printkick Fan Zone – home and away fans, with hot food and alcoholic and hot/soft drinks available from the marquee.

All bars show Sky Sports and BT Sport on the TVs around the walls.

Inside the stadium, each stand is serviced by a kiosk serving hot and cold food and drink, and there's a new snack box available for children under 12 - click here for details.

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 - shop open.
12pm - Ticket Office 1 open.
12pm - Caledonian Suite and Monty's 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.
2.40pm - ex-players welcomed onto the pitch.
2.55pm - teams emerge from the tunnel.
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 to the public.
5.15pm - Q&A in Caledonian Suite.

Can't make it?
The game will be streamed live on iFollow inside the UK & Ireland, being a Bank Holiday fixture. A match pass costs £10.

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Match Reports

Report: Wycombe 1-0 Walsall

McCarthy wins it for the Wanderers.

22 April 2019

A stunning free-kick from Jason McCarthy against his former club edged the Blues closer to survival, seeing off Walsall 1-0 at Adams Park.

The right-back curled home an exquisite free-kick in the second period to hand Gareth Ainsworth's men a deserved second victory in three games, taking them to 50 points in the table with two games to play.

Ainsworth named the same side for the fourth game running, confident that his team’s performance at Rochdale three days earlier would reap the rewards of a much-needed three points.

On a baking hot day, neither side were able to settle quickly, with Walsall squandering possession on a number of occasions as they looked to adjust to a largely-reshuffled setup from their Good Friday game, while Wycombe couldn’t break through with the pace and fluid football which had been on show so impressively three days earlier.

Joe Edwards snatched a shot wide on 10 minutes, before Connor Johnson was booked for a foul on Scott Kashket, resulting in a free-kick which bounced off Adebayo Akinfenwa and over the bar from Jason McCarthy’s delivery.

Set pieces looked to be Walsall’s best route to an opener, sitting back with an organised backline, and one long throw fell to Isaiah Osbourne, who couldn’t generate enough power with his shot to trouble Ryan Allsop.

Half-chances kept coming, with Akinfenwa glancing a header wide of the near post, and his best opportunity came from a McCarthy cross, chesting down but smashing the ball just too close to Chris Dunn, who was able to beat it away.

The first half rather petered out with no more action of note, before Walsall saw more of the ball at the start of the second period, with Luke Leahy planting a free header over the bar.

Akinfenwa almost teed up a chance when he returned Michael Harriman’s deep free-kick into danger, with Cameron Norman clearing in the nick of time, before the breakthrough moment arrived in style.

Wanderers’ number 20 had had to wait for a decision in his favour from the referee, but there was no doubting Connor Johnson’s trip on Akinfenwa 20 yards out, dead centre. Jason McCarthy was adamant he’d be the one to take the free-kick, and the former Walsall loanee curled the ball effortlessly into the top corner, giving Chris Dunn no chance as he stood helpless.

Then came a raft of subs, with Walsall bringing on top scorer Andy Cook for Aramide Oteh, and Zeli Ismail for Cameron Norman, while Wycombe replaced Nick Freeman and Dominic Gape with Nathan Tyson and Matt Bloomfield.

Scott Kashket lost his footing at the vital time after breaking into the box having dispossessed Dan Scarr, before Walsall broke and Josh Gordon found room for a shot, though Allsop held it comfortably to his right.

Paris Cowan-Hall was the final man brought into the fray from the Wycombe bench, and he and his team-mates held firm during six minutes of stoppage time to keep the Saddlers at bay and secure three precious points.

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