Matchday 46 is almost upon us. Here's all you need to know!
- Read Gareth Ainsworth's assessment ahead of the game
- Marcus Bean calls for the fans to unite for one last push
- The calm before the storm: build-up video
"Control the controllables" will be the message ringing in the ears of both sets of players when they cross the white line at 5.30pm on Saturday. Three points may or may not be enough to take either side into the Sky Bet League 2 play-offs, but although their destiny lies out of their hands, both Wycombe and Cambridge know football has a funny habit of delivering the unexpected.
Three years ago this week, Wanderers went to Torquay needing a win and a favour to escape relegation, and that's exactly what they got. This time around they're battling at the other end of the table, seeking a last gasp surge into the top seven, for which they need to beat the U's - who are in an identical position - and rely on results elsewhere going their way.
Put simply, four of the five sides directly above Wycombe in the table must drop points in order for Gareth Ainsworth's men to make the top seven, if they can defeat Cambridge. One of those five teams are United themselves, while Carlisle go to Exeter, Blackpool host Leyton Orient, Stevenage play at home to Accrington and Colchester welcome Yeovil.
Wanderers' 2-1 win over Doncaster in their last home game restored a feelgood factor at Adams Park, one which must continue in front of a bumper crowd with both sets of fans hoping to have their seasons extended by three more games in the play-offs.
Wycombe welcomed Anthony Stewart and Paris Cowan-Hall back from injury last week and will hope to be at full-strength if Joe Jacobson and Scott Kashket can shrug off their respective rib and groin injuries.
Cambridge are missing forwards Uche Izpeazu, Adam McGurk and Barry Corr due to injury but they do have a prolific marksman in midfielder Luke Berry, who's netted 22 times so far in all competitions.
Man in the middle
Mark Heywood returns to Adams Park having officiated in the 1-1 draw with Luton in January, in which he showed a straight red to visiting defender Johnny Mullins,
In all he's dished out 157 yellow and seven red cards in his 35 games so far this season.
Head to head
Wanderers have won four of the five meetings since Cambridge returned to the league in 2014, including the last-gasp 2-1 victory at the Abbey in November.
Adams Park has seen eight Wycombe victories and just one Cambridge triumph in total, with the overall record standing at 11 Wycombe wins, five Cambridge wins and just one solitary draw.
We have a very special music festival in the car park throughout the afternoon; click here for details.
Before kick-off there's the presentation of the OWWSA and WWISC player of the year awards, while at half-time Alan Hodgson will receive his trophy for Volunteer of the Year, which was announced at Sunday's awards dinner.
There'll be a lap of appreciation from the players after the final whistle; fans of both clubs are urged to stay off the pitch whatever the result to enable this to happen. Encroaching onto the playing area at any time is an offence and could lead to stadium bans and/or police action.
Meanwhile there's a film crew on site working on a club project; please feel free to interact with the cameras and stop for an interview.
There's a fantastic sale on the white change shirts and both varieties of keeper tops - click here for full details.
1pm - ticket office 1 and shop open.
1pm - Monty's bar open.
2pm - Caledonian Suite open.
2.30pm - ticket office 2 open.
3pm - blue pod open for collections.
3pm - players begin to arrive.
4.30pm - teams announced via Twitter.
4.45pm - teamsheets distributed around the bars.
5.15pm - presentations to OWWSA and WWISC players of the season on pitch.
5.25pm - teams emerge from the tunnel.
5.30pm - kick-off.
7.45pm - Q&A in the Caledonian Suite.
- Wycombe Railway Station – 15.35
- Eden Bus Station – 15.45
- Handy Cross Park & Ride – 15.55
- Adams Park – 16.05
There are additional club-run car park behind Origin Global (on the left before the Adams Park gates), and at the United Biscuits site at the entrance to Hillbottom Road, both priced at £5 a car.
Spaces for pass holders in the club car park are guaranteed up until 5pm, after which time the lower tier becomes closed to vehicles due to high pedestrian traffic.
Kids zone - the WWSET inflatable target practice will be next to the marquee by the car park entrance
- Caledonian Suite - home fans only. Ale festival in operation. Also open at half-time for fans in Beechdean & Bucks New Uni stands.
- Monty's - home fans only. Open after the game.
- Woodlands - members only. Hot food available.
- Honours - VIP hospitality.
- Marquee - open to home and away fans, with music festival, BBQ and a selection of alcoholic and soft drinks available. Also includes inflatable target practice game for kids.
Inside the stadium, each stand is serviced by a kiosk serving hot and cold food and drink.
There's a recap of Sunday's awards dinner, including interviews with some of the winners, while Bucks Free Press reporter Nick Tunney shares his thoughts, Steve Wilson inducts the latest star into his Hall of Fame, Tom Bowers recalls a previous meeting with the U's, David Cornwell picks his top five photos and there's a round-up of the latest activity from the Sports & Education Trust.
50/50 matchday draws