Frantic to get their season finisher bid in the groove again, Wycombe Wanderers get ready to have Cambridge United in Tuesday evening’s League One experience.
The winless dash of Gareth Ainsworth’s side went on with a 3-2 misfortune to Accrington Stanley at the end of the week, while the U’s were crushed 4-2 by Oxford United.
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Tips and Prediction
A quick re-visitation of Championship football is currently in genuine peril for Wycombe, with Ainsworth presently regulating seven games without a success after Accrington Stanley ran out 3-2 victors in Saturday’s lively challenge.
Two times Wycombe went on through Sam Vokes and Sullay Kaikai, and two times they were fixed back by Korede Adedoyin and Ross Sykes before Harry Pell got the fifth and last goal of the game soon after the hour mark for the debilitated Chairboys.
Ainsworth has promised not to press the emergency signal as Wycombe’s hang tight for a first success since January 15 goes on, however their hopeless streak in the long stretch of February has left them down in eighth in the standings and three points off the season finisher places.
Yielding 11 goals in their last three League One matches positively features where most of Wycombe’s concerns untruth, and it is currently only one win in their last seven at Adams Park, with Cambridge no outsider to renowned away triumphs.
Regularly fighting for incomparability in the Boat Race or the college rankings, Oxford and Cambridge clashed on the Kassam Stadium pitch on Saturday, where the guests’ two-game series of wins was brought to an unexpected stop.
Like their forthcoming rivals, Cambridge likewise went on two times on the day through Sam Smith before Oxford tracked down their section, with two late strikes from Sam Baldock and Cameron Brannagan seeing off Mark Bonner’s outfit.
While Cambridge did essentially figure out how to see as the rear of the net two times for the fourth game fleeing, their disappointing away structure demonstrated their Achilles’ heel again, with that 4-2 loss seeing them involve thirteenth spot in the rankings yet serenely 13 focuses clear of the drop zone.
Mid-table haziness is apparently now the main result for this Cambridge side, who travel to Wycombe having neglected to win any of their last five League One fights out and about and flaunting just one point from the keep going 12 on offer against the Chairboys.
Bonner communicated his conviction that Cambridge are beginning to go head to head with the large young men in the wake of performing bravely against Oxford, and there is positively no greater chance to confront Wycombe in the midst of their frustrating streak.
Notwithstanding, the U’s away structure doesn’t make for wonderful perusing, and despite the fact that Wycombe have shown a powerlessness to keep the secondary passage shut as of late, we actually anticipate that the Chairboys should at last end the trench and get their season finisher bid in the groove again.