All you need to know ahead of the trip west on Saturday (k.o. 3pm).Following the setback of Monday night's home defeat to Burton Albion, Gareth Ainsworth's men might be pleased to be hitting the road having collected more points away from Adams Park, and won on their last two outings to Oxford and Barnet.
Their next test comes in the form of a rather Jekyll & Hyde Cheltenham outfit who won their last home game 5-0 (against Swindon in the FA Cup), but came unstuck with a heavy defeat at Stevenage last week.
The match represents a return to Whaddon Road for former Robins fans favourite Sido Jombati, who can welcome back Aaron Pierre alongside him in defence, although Alfie Mawson could be missing after sustaining a head injury on Monday.
Josh Scowen also returns from suspension while to give Ainsworth another midfield option against a side that Wycombe haven't beaten in their last five meetings.
Blues fans will be accommodated in the Hazlewoods Stand behind one goal. This is all-seater and covered.
Under 18s: £7
*Concessions are seniors over 65 and disabled fans.
Call 01494 441118, visit the Information Centre at Adams Park, or book online. Tickets go off sale at 1pm on Friday.
Click here to read Adrian Wood's handy guide for travel and transport to the stadium. Take note of roadworks in the Whaddon Road area which are likely to cause congestion, and therefore Blues fans are advised to use the free park and ride service from Cheltenham racecourse.
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