Ahead of the Easter Monday fixture vs Barnet, we take a look at what happened last time we visited the Hive Stadium on 15th August 2015.Garry Thompson struck the first two Football League goals at the Hive to give Wanderers a 2-0 victory over recently promoted Barnet and hand them their first away victory of the season.
At the other end, Garry Thompson’s sheer presence panicked Barnet into action every time the ball came near him, while Marcus Bean became the controlling influence in the middle in an attempt to calm play down.
Then Akinde poked wide from an angle after wriggling free in the box but the game ended goalless at half-time with neither side able to find the breakthrough.
That came seven minutes into the second period with Garry Thompson – who had seen a shot blocked inside the box earlier in the half – drilled an unstoppable effort into the top corner from 20 yards. The forward received Joe Jacobson’s pass with his back to goal but turned and unleashed a superb strike, leaving the keeper helpless.
Wycombe: Ingram, Jombati, Jacobson, Rowe (Banton 77), Pierre, Harriman, O’Nien, Bean, Wood, Hayes (Amadi-Holloway 70), Thompson.
Barnet: Stack, Hoyte (Tomlinson 58), Johnson, Dembele, N’Gala, Togwell, Champion, Weston (Gash 58), Yiadom, Gambin (Batt 68), Akinde.
Attendance: 2,562 (902 from Wycombe)