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Wycombe 3 Scunthorpe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights
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Wycombe 3 Scunthorpe 2 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 20th October 2018

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, Harriman, El-Abd, McCarthy, Jacobson, Onyedinma, Gape, Thompson, Cowan-Hall (sub 84 Ma-Kalambay), Akinfenwa, Mackail-Smith (sub 96 Williams) - subs not used: Jombati, Saunders, Kashket, Morris, Samuel

Scorers: Gape 27, Onyedinma 53, Mackail-Smith 90+4

Bookings: Gape 25, Jacobson 87, Ma-Kalambay 90+9, Thompson 90+10 - Red Card: Allsop 81 (denying clear goal scoring opportunity)

Ryan Allsop will serve one match suspension for home game with Rochdale on Tuesday (23rd October 2018).

Dominic Gape will also be suspended for the Rochdale game after picking up his fifth Football League booking of the season.
Gape now has six bookings this season but one was in the League Cup tie with Norwich City and a rule change this season means that cup cautions and red cards are treated separately.

Scunthorpe: Alnwick, Clarke, McArdle, Goode, Borthwick-Jackson, Colclough, Perch, Ojo, Thomas, Humphrys, Dales (sub 55 Ugbo) - subs not used: Flatt, Horsfield, Lewis, Burgess, Sutton, Butroid

Scorers: Colclough 21 seconds, Humphrys 7

Bookings: Dales 32, Clarke 52

Referee: Alan Young

Attendance: 4,024 (230 away)

Team News

Two changes from the side that had lost at Coventry the previous Saturday

In: Fred Onyedinma, Paris Cowan-Hall
Out: Randell Williams, Matt Bloomfield (injured)
Sam Saunders the new face on the bench.


Gareth Ainsworth

“Half my team didn’t turn up for kick-off. But from 10 to 99 minutes we did what we planned. We looked the only team likely to score.”

“It’s been three years since we tried that shape. We worked on it in training but maybe we weren’t ready for it. Scunthorpe are a good side. But we showed real character to come back and win it.”

Craig Mackail-Smith

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League Table

Wanderers up to 17th place in 'League One' - four points clear of the relegation zone and ten points behind the play-off places.

Plymouth remain rooted to the foot of the table following a 3-2 home defeat to Burton Albion but started the 2017/18 season in the same form before finishing close to the play-offs.

Bradford City tumble to 23rd spot as their poor form continues.

Last season's 'League Two' Champions, Accrington Stanley, move up to 4th spot after winning at 2nd placed Peterborough United.

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