Blues boss Gareth Ainsworth says he can’t wait to get back in the swing of things after the fixtures were revealed this morning.
” “I’m always positive. They’re all winnnable games and I’m expecting a tight league, but one thing’s for sure, we want to hit the ground running.
“We’ve got some tasty games early on – local away games at AFC Wimbledon and Oxford, plus we’ll come up against a team that’s come up and a team that’s come down, so that’ll be a good indicator.
He said: “It’s always pleasing to have a home game first up.
Ainsworth’s men then entertain Southend United before the first six League 2 fixtures are completed with a long journey to recently-relegated Hartlepool United.
Wanderers welcome Morecambe to Adams Park on the opening day before trips to AFC Wimbledon and Oxford United either side of a visit from newly-promoted Mansfield Town.
“It’s a great day for the fans because they can start planning their Saturdays for the next nine months.”
“Looking at the fixtures, it backs up my point that we’ve got no-one to fear. It’s exciting and I just want to get stuck in now.
“I’ve missed it,” the 40-year-old told wwfc.com. “The fixtures coming out has whetted my appetite even more.