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Yeovil 0 Wycombe 1 - stats,reaction,highlights
Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:05

Yeovil 0 Wycombe 1 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 14th April 2018

Football League Two


Wycombe: Brown, Harriman, El-Abd, McGinley, Jacobson, Bean, Gape, O’Nien (sub 32 Williams), Freeman (sub 77 Tyson), Akinfenwa, Kashket (sub 59 Mackail-Smith) - subs not used: Ma-Kalambay, Bloomfield, Saunders, Cowan-Hall

Scorers: Williams 79

Bookings: Bean 73, El-Abd 75

Yeovil: Maddison, Wing, Khan, Browne (sub 67 Barnes), Dickson, Green (sub 83 Seager), Sowunmi, Fisher, Gobern (sub 85 Santos), James, Donnellan - subs not used: Phillips, Mugabi, Whelan, Bird

Scorers: none

Bookings: none

Referee: Gavin Ward

Attendance: 3,307 (646 away)

Team Changes

Two changes from the side that had beaten Grimsby Town 12 days previous on Easter Monday.

In: Nathan McGinley, Nick Freeman
Out: Sido Jombati (injured), Randell Williams (dropped to bench)

Matt Bloomfield and Paris Cowan-Hall returned on the bench

Tafari Moore travelled with team but not yet fit enough to be included in matchday squad.


Gareth Ainsworth

“I said to all the Yeovil players after that they didn’t deserve to lose that. They had the lion’s share of the chances. But Randell took his opportunity.”

“I had to blast my lads at half-time. Being able to bring on Craig and Nathan helped us. And Adam was outstanding again at the back.”

“We have a real chance. We’ve earned it. But we will keep working as hard as we possibly can.”


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With four games remaining, Wanderers remained in 3rd spot in the table but with the gap to 4th placed now extended to four points after Exeter City dropped two points in their match at Champions elect Accrington Stanley.

Stanley would have been promoted with a victory against The Grecians but now effectively need just one more point from their remaining five games to seal their jump to League One. Stanley host Yeovil on Tuesday evening for what looks like to be their chance to finally celebrate after missing out for the past two seasons.

Luton Town edged close to automatic promotion after coming back from a goal down to beat Crewe 3-1 at Kenilworth Road.
The Hatters need one win from their remaining three games to achieve an automatic promotion slot.

Meanwhile, Wanderers destiny remains in their own hands. Nine points from their final four games would guarantee promotion no matter of other teams' results. Wycombe travel to Lincoln City on Tuesday (17th April) in the first of those four nail-biters.

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