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Oxford United are the visitors to Adams Park on Saturday, as the Chairboys look to continue their unbeaten month. Gareth Ainsworth's side have picked up two wins in January - a 1-0 victory at Charlton, and a 2-0 win at Bolton - as well as a pulse-racing 3-3 draw against Sunderland.
Karl Robinson's Oxford have played just the two league fixtures so far in January, picking up a 1-1 draw with Cheltenham at the Kassam and dropping points in a 2-0 loss away at Lincoln.
The last encounter between the two sides saw an uninspiring 0-0 draw away from home, in a game where both sides struggled to create any real chances in front of goal. A bustling Adams Park and sold out away end will be hoping that Saturday's fixture brings more action and goals.
Tickets are available to buy online up until kick-off, or at Ticket Office 1 at Adams Park.
Car parking at Adams Park is sold out, with no spaces available on the day. Please do not arrive at Adams Park in a car unless you have pre-booked parking, as you will be turned away.
Roadworks on the A40 between Plomer Hill and the Pastures Traffic lights have started and will run for the next 22 weeks.
Park and Ride
You can make use of the Park and Ride scheme from West Wycombe (Cowleaze Field) for a cost of £5 per vehicle. There is also a bus service running from the High Wycombe train station with fares of £3.
The Park and Ride from Cowleaze Field will depart every 15 minutes between 1:00pm and 2:45pm, and dropping fans off at the end of Hillbottom Road. The services for the return journey will be available to board from 4.45pm, and continue as required until 6.15pm at the latest.
The bus service running from the station departing from bay X3 will run at 12:45pm, 1:30pm and 2:15pm, heading direct to Adams Park with no stops. Return journeys will run from 5:15pm and 6pm.
Park and Stride
There are 220 parking spaces available on home matchdays at Millbrook School on Mill End Road.
The school is one mile from the stadium, walkable in under 20 minutes, and fans can pre-book spaces online now at tickets.wwfc.com, or pay on arrival on a first-come-first-served basis if there is still availability. Gates open at 12 noon, and will be locked at 7pm.
Full parking and travel information can be found here.
Food and drink
The Chairboys Village will be open from 12pm as usual, where Steph Willis will be performing live music in the lead up to kick-off.
Will Shaw's Hellfire BBQ will serve up burgers, pulled pork and more pre-match, while The Grillhouse will be in the away village.
The Caledonian Suite is open from 12pm for home fans, with a bar open and Premier League football on the TVs.
The Honours Lounge and Woodlands Lounge are reserved for members only.
Man in the Middle
Anthony Backhouse has made 21 refereeing appearances across League One, Two, the EFL Trophy and Cup, and the FA Cup so far this season. In those appearances, he's handed out 71 yellow cards, and no red cards or penalties.
Backhouse has overseen two Wycombe fixtures in the past - seeing the Chairboys grab a win and a draw - the win coming in 2018 as Wycombe beat Chesterfield 2-1 in League Two, and the 1-1 draw that played out against Wigan earlier this season.
One Can Trust Collection
The One Can Trust will once again be collecting donations at Adams Park.
Their current stocks of UHT Milk, cooking sauces and tinned meat are running low. Please give generously.
Can't join us?
If you can't make it down to Adams Park, you can listen along on iFollow. Passes can be purchased here.