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Charlton 3 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights
Sun Sep 9, 2018 11:06

Charlton 3 Wycombe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 8th September 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, McCarthy, Jombati, Stewart, Jacobson, Gape, Morris, Thompson, Williams (sub 63 Kashket), Akinfenwa (sub 79 Cowan-Hall), Mackail-Smith (sub 57 Onyedinma) - subs not used: Ma-Kalambay, Harriman, Bean, Saunders

Scorers: Williams 7, Cowan-Hall 90

Bookings: Jombati 64

Charlton: Steer, Solly, Bauer, Pearce, Page, Aribo, Pratley (sub 57 Lapslie), Sarr, Ajose (sub 48 Reeves), Grant, Taylor (sub 90+3 Dijksteel) - subs not used: Phillips, Marshall, Morgan, Vetokele

Scorers: Jombati (OG) 32, Taylor 71, Sarr 80

Bookings: Sarr 34, Pratley 52, Steer 90+5

Referee: Graham Salisbury

Attendance: 10,358 (1,078 away)

Team News

Ten changes from the starting XI that had beaten Northampton the previous Tuedsay in the Football League Trophy but just one change from the League meeting with Luton the previous Saturday - Matt Bloomfield sitting out due to 'seven-day protocol after sustaining concussion' and replaced by Curtis Thompson


Gareth Ainsworth

“I thought we worth a draw. I’m devastated for the boys. We haven’t been torn apart, but if you give teams a chance at this level, they’ll take them.”

“There were a couple of sloppy goals we conceded. I’ll need to lift a couple of them off the floor, but there’s a big derby against Oxford next week and we’ll be ready for it.”

"There are real positives to take but that makes my mood even worse because I believe, at times, we were the better team here and played some good stuff. But the result says Charlton were the better team today. We made some sloppy mistakes which we must cut out because you get punished at this level.

"But there were encouraging signs again. We scored two away from home against a team that's going for [promotion].

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Wanderers now 18th in the table with six points from seven games.
Oxford United, visitors to Adams Park on Saturday 15th September, host Coventry today (Sunday 9th September) and any result from that game will push Wanderers down a place.

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