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The Big Match Preview: Wycombe vs Fulham U21s

All you need to know.

5 November 2019

Team news, tickets and more...

Wycombe Wanderers vs Fulham U21s
Tuesday 5th November 2019, k.o. 7.45pm
Adams Park
Referee: Christopher Pollard

Wycombe need a win - either outright in 90 minutes, or via a penalty shootout - to retain any chance of qualifying for the knockout rounds of the Leasing.com Trophy, as they meet a Fulham under-21 outfit who've already been eliminated from the competition.

Gareth Ainsworth's men went down 1-0 to Stevenage in the opening group stage game, and now to leapfrog Boro (who have five points) into second spot, the Blues must either win both games against Fulham (one point) and MK Dons (six points and already qualified), or win one, collect a bonus point from a shootout in the other, and ensure their goal difference or goals scored tally is superior to Stevenage's.

It took a last-gasp winner from Scott Kashket to overcome Fulham's youngsters at the same stage last season, as Wanderers secured a 2-1 victory at Adams Park. Alex Samuel opened the scoring that night, and will be involved tonight for the first time since sustaining an injury in September.

The Blues will be hoping to kick off a trio of successive cup fixtures with a victory to continue momentum having leapt to the top of the League 1 table on Saturday. After this, they head to Tranmere in the FA Cup on Saturday, before travelling to MK for the group stage finale next Tuesday.

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Home fans will be accommodated in the Beechdean Stand for this fixture, though the gate will be open to permit access to the terrace with tickets priced as follows:

Adults: £10
Juniors (18 and under): £5

Head to tickets.wwfc.com to book your tickets simply and quickly; you'll receive a QR code to your email address or mobile number, which you can scan at the turnstile to gain access.

Tickets will be available to purchase on arrival.

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There is no Arriva bus service for this fixture.

Parking
There will be limited parking for the general public in the lower tier, with more in the upper tier at £5 per car.

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Buying tickets for this game: Ticket Office 1 (from 6pm) or cash on the turnstile
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
Staff/deliveries: delivery entrance to the left of the shop

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The Caledonian Suite will be open from 5.30pm, and at half-time and full-time. All other bars are closed.

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

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There's an eight-page poster programme, with a column from Gareth Ainsworth, 'Scene Setter' and photos from the 1-0 win over Shrewsbury, plus a giant poster from the weekend's win. Collect it for £1 from the shop or reception.

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Watch it live on iFollow for £10 from inside the UK & Ireland.

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Match Reports

Report: Wycombe 1-2 Fulham U21s

Wanderers exit Leasing.com Trophy at group stage.

5 November 2019

Wycombe succumbed to a second group stage defeat in the Leasing.com Trophy, going down 2-1 at home to Fulham under-21s to condemn the Blues to a guaranteed exit from the competition with one game still to play.

Jayden Harris and Timmy Abraham netted either side of Rolando Aarons' close-range strike, but there's now nothing but the £10,000 prize money at stake next Tuesday as Wanderers head to group winners MK Dons.

It was Fulham who had the game’s first chance, as Matt O’Riley latched on to a neat through-ball and unleashed a low drive which was well parried to safety by Cameron Yates.

But Wanderers didn’t heed the warning, and after the Cottagers switched the ball from left to right, Nicolas Santos Clase’s powerful shot was beaten away by Yates but Jayden Harris converted the rebound from 12 yards.

The lively Alex Samuel – returning to the side after a two-month absence due to injury – could have had a penalty when he went down under a challenge inside the box, before his left-footed strike was superbly tipped behind by Magnus Norman.

The striker had two more sights of goal with a header at Norman and and a deflected shot, before Timmy Abraham almost doubled the score from close range before Yates grabbed a loose ball.

Yates pushed Sylvester Jasper’s shot away from danger before Scott Kashket’s attempt from a tight angle was kept out by Norman, and Sonny Hilton placed a chance in the side netting after being freed down the right.

Rolando Aarons replaced Scott Kashket at the interval, and Alex Pattison sent a dipping volley just over the bar from the edge of the box with three minutes of the second half played.

And then came the equaliser, courtesy of half-time arrival Aarons, who netted his second goal in four days by collecting Pattison’s pass on the edge of the box and beating the keeper despite the best efforts of Cody Drameh on the line.

Wanderers then thought they’d taken the lead when Josh Parker turned home a low cross from the right, but after some consultation between the officials, they determined it’d taken a deflection off Samuel en route, therefore rending Parker offside as he converted six yards out.

Former Fulham youngster Jack Grimmer came on for Alex Samuel on 65 minutes, allowing Gardiner-Smith to push on into midfield, but with the tempo draining away from the game, Fulham regained the lead on 83 minutes when Timmy Abraham lashed home from Nicolas Santos Clase’s cutback.

There was no further action as Wycombe now turn their attentions to Saturday's visit to Tranmere in the FA Cup.

Attendance: 512 (including 39 away fans)

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Ticket News

Tickets on sale: Fulham U21 (H, 05/11)

It's the Leasing.com Trophy group stage.

4 November 2019

Tickets are now on sale for Wanderers' Leasing.com Trophy group stage fixture against Fulham U21's at Adams Park on Tuesday 5th November (k.o. 7.45pm).

Home fans will be accommodated in the Beechdean Stand for this fixture, though the gate will be open to permit access to the terrace with tickets priced as follows:

Adults: £10
Juniors (18 and under): £5

Head to tickets.wwfc.com to book your tickets simply and quickly; you'll receive a QR code to your email address or mobile number, which you can scan at the turnstile to gain access.

Tickets will be available to purchase on arrival.

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