Tuesday night marks a happy homecoming for former Wanderer Mark Rogers, who's attending the game with friends on a trip from his native Canada.Known affectionately as 'Ted', the defender became a popular figure at the club after signing for the club in 1999 after a successful trial, going on to a significant part in the run to the semi-final of the FA Cup two years later.
Mark won international caps for Canada during his time at Adams Park before leaving for Stevenage in 2004, and he returned back across the pond after his retirement through injury.
Speaking to 'Quarters' for tonight's edition of the matchday programme, Mark said: "Wycombe is a wonderful club and I feel very fortunate to have been part of it.
"This year has been a fantastic surprise and I really hope the guys can get the job done. I have a look every week to see what's going on around the club, and it's been great to keep in touch with people on social media."
Mark will be taking part in a Q&A session in the Vere Suite at around 7pm.
Welcome home, Ted!