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Wycombe Wanderers vs Burton Albion
Tuesday 7th December 2021 (KO 7:45pm)
Referee: Joshua Smith
After a short break, the Chairboys are back in action as they welcome Burton Albion to Adams Park. Gareth Ainsworth's side come into the fixture following a hard fought 2-2 draw with Sheffield Wednesday and a 3-0 victory against top-of-the-table Plymouth Argyle. Having exited the FA Cup in the previous round, Wycombe had this weekend off, giving the squad an opportunity to recover from a hectic fixture schedule.
It wasn't long ago that Burton made the trip to Adams Park, which saw the visitors run out 5-0 victors in the Papa John's Trophy; A much changed Chairboys side struggling to deal with a pacey Brewers attacking line.
Since then, Burton Albion have had a relatively balanced set of results - winning two and losing three of their last five and currently sitting 10th in the League One table. Manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will be looking to build on recent performances in order to get a result against, albeit a much changed, Chairboys side.
Tickets are available to purchase online up until kick-off on Tuesday night. Ticket Office 1 will also be open for on-the-day ticket sales.
Parking and travel
There are limited parking spaces available in the upper tier of the car park which must be purchased online in advance of 12pm on Tuesday.
The park and ride service from West Wycombe will not be in operation for this fixture, however the shuttle bus from High Wycombe station will still be running, departing at 6:15pm and 7pm.
Please note that due to roadworks in close proximity to the ground, there may be delays and/or diversions in place following the match.
Food and drink
The Chairboys Village and Caledonian Suite will be open from 5pm for pre-match drinks, along with the Hellfire BBQ who will be providing burgers, pulled pork and brand-new festive options.
Please note that kiosks will no longer be serving burgers - they will only be available direct from Hellfire BBQ.
Man in the middle
Josh Smith has made 19 appearances across the Championship, League One, League Two and the EFL Trophy this season - awarding 67 yellow cards, one red and three penalties.
He's only refereed two Wycombe fixtures in his career, seeing the Chairboys win one and lose one. The win coming in the form of a 2-1 win against Birmingham in the Championship, and the 1-0 loss at the hands of Stevenage in the EFL Trophy in 2019.
Can't make the game?
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