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The Big Match Preview: Fleetwood vs Wycombe

The Chairboys return to the Highbury Stadium.

29 October 2021

Team news, tickets and more...

Fleetwood Town vs Wycombe Wanderers
Saturday 30th October 2021 (KO 3pm)
Highbury Stadium
Referee: Andrew Kitchen

The Chairboys return to the Highbury Stadium for the first time since the 4-1 win against Fleetwood in the first leg of the playoffs in July 2020.

Fleetwood currently sit 21st in the League One, having lost 2-1 on Saturday to the Chairboys' next opponents Ipswich Town. Their most recent results have been variable, with three losses, one draw and a win from the last five - with the win coming against bottom of the table Crewe Alexandra.

Gareth Ainsworth's side will be looking to push on after Saturday's nail-biting home win against Crewe. The Chairboys, who currently sit second in the league with a game in hand on leaders Plymouth Argyle, will hope to secure another three points on the road against Simon Grayson's side.

Team news

Fleetwood have a few injuries to contend with, and Simon Grayson has had to bring in youngsters to fill his starting eleven. Brad Halliday has been absent since the early stages of the season with an ACL injury, while Callum Camps and Tom Clarke are also both doubts for Saturday.

Youngsters Paddy Lane and Carl Johnston could both feature as replacements for injured players, whilst more experienced Conor McLaughlin could also start.

Wycombe handed a late fitness test to top goalscorer Garath McCleary, who sustained a shoulder injury in the latter stages of the Crewe Alexandra game.

Tickets

Tickets are no longer available to pre-purchase online or at Adams Park, however they can be purchased on the day at Fleetwood.

Any tickets that have not been collected from Adams Park will be taken up to Fleetwood for collection there.

Man in the middle

Andrew Kitchen has refereed 10 games across League One, League Two and the EFL Cup this season, dishing out 25 yellow cards and two penalties.

He has only refereed one League One game out of the ten officiated this season, in which Doncaster beat MK Dons 2-1.

This will be the first time he's refereed a Wycombe match.

Away Fan Information

Fleetwood Town have provided a comprehensive guide for travelling fans where you can find all the information you'll need for your visit to Highbury.

Can't join us?

If you can't make it up to Fleetwood, you can listen along to the action. Buy your iFollow passes here.

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