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Wycombe 2 Burton Albion 1 - stats,reaction,highlights
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Wycombe 2 Burton Albion 1 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 6th October 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, Harriman, McCarthy, Charles, Jacobson, Gape, Thompson, Bloomfield (sub 82 Morris), Mackail-Smith, Akinfenwa (sub 54 Cowan-Hall), Williams (sub 83 Onyedinma) - subs: Ma-Kalambay, Kashket, Freeman, Samuel

Scorers: Jacobson 30 (pen), Akinfenwa 37

Bookings: Bloomfield 81, Cowan-Hall 87, Jacobson 90+4

Burton: Evtimov, Akins, Brayford, McFadzean, Turner, Hesketh (sub 66 Cole), Fraser (sub HT McCrory), Allen (sub 85 Sbarra), Quinn, Sordell, Boyce - subs not used: Collins, Buxton, Fox, Miller

Scorers: Sordell 47

Bookings: Quinn 81

Referee: Charles Breakspear

Attendance: 4,022 (221 away)

Team News

Two changes from the side that had drawn at Fleetwood the previous Tuesday

In: Jacobson, Thompson
Out: Jombati (suspended one game - five yellow cards), Morris (to bench)


Gareth Ainsworth

ďThat was a tough game. We held on. We havenít been getting the rub of the green lately but we didnít need it today. We were the better team for long spells. It was a real team performance.Ē

ďThe boys delivered. Iím really proud of them. Curtis was outstanding. Iím always mentioning how good Gapey is and it was the same again. And Bayoís Bayo. Iím so pleased for him.Ē

"You don't score 200 goals without being some player and we are lucky to have him. He is a real warrior. He has played through so many injuries. He is gutted to have come off as he felt the pain beat him. "

"We held on and deserved it for the first half performance. We showed some real resilience was back to what we are and we were back to our best. The defensive display was excellent and our first win at home, which is fantastic to say."

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Wanderers up to 17th after their first home League of the season - 12 points from the opening 12 games.
Opponents, Burton, drop to 18th.

Oxford United are now at the foot of the table after they drew at Southend and previous bottom side, Plymouth, secured their first win of the season.

The top two sides, Portsmouth and Peterborough, both lost at home. Six points seperate the top six of the table.
Third placed Sunderland won 2-1 at Bradford City - City are now third from the foot of the table.

Wanderers travel to 14th placed Coventry City next Saturday (13th Octover). The Sky Blues won 2-1 at Charlton Athletic.

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