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Spring relishing top-flight battle

26 July 2012

Midfielder Matt Spring says he is looking forward to testing himself against Premier League opposition on Saturday when Fulham are the visitors (k.o 3pm).

He said: “

The match will be Spring’s first at Adams Park as a Chairboy and he is excited at the prospect, despite fearing he will be in for a tiring afternoon against a team well-known for their ball retention.
“It will be my first game here as a Wycombe player and I am looking forward to it.”

It could be a lot of running around, chasing that little white thing again. It’s a Premier League team coming to Adams Park and it will be an interesting game. Wanderers drew 0-0 at Luton on Wednesday with the players likely to be involved against Fulham getting more valuable minutes under their belts.

 or01494 455759   To book or for more information, contact Darren Willis on

 The club can accommodate individual supporters through to any sized group booking and the package includes a behind the scenes tour of Adams Park, pre-match meal, executive area seats in the Main Stand and much more.  Hospitality for the game is available just £25!

Car parking in the both the upper and lower tier is £5.

 or visiting the Information Centre at the stadium. 01494 441118 , by callingonline Tickets for the Fulham game cost £12 for adults, £5 senior citizens/students and £3 for u16s. Home fans can book

“They will be challenging right at the top end of their division this season. It was a tough game for us, but another very good one.”

Boss Gary Waddock said: “It was a fitness exercise. Luton are a very good club and have good players within their squad.

Dennis Oli backed up his hour against Staines with 77 minutes the Hatters, while Marvin McCoy made his first appearance of pre-season after overcoming a groin injury.
darren.willis@wwfc.com

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