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Wycombe 0 Bradford City 0 - stats,reaction,highlights
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Wycombe 0 Bradford City 0 - stats,reaction,highlights

Saturday 2nd February 2019

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, McCarthy, Jombati, El-Abd, Jacobson, Gape, Thompson, Bloomfield (sub 85 Bean), Tyson, Samuel (sub 35 Kashket), Bolton (sub 71 Cowan-Hall) - subs not used: Yates, Stewart, Bean, Owens, Harriman

Scorers: none

Bookings: El-Abd 84, Tyson 89

Bradford: O’Donnell, Chicksen, O’Connor, Knight-Percival, Caddis, Wood, Akpan, Payne (sub 88 Clarke), Ball (sub 79 Butterfield), Doyle (sub 75 Miller), O’Brien - subs not used: Wilson, Anderson, Devine, Colville

Scorers: none

Bookings: none

Referee: Thomas Bramall

Attendance: 4,586 (501 away)

Team News

Three changes for the Wanderers starting XI compared to the one on the previous Tuesday evening at Blackpool

In: Bolton, Bloomfield, Tyson
Out: Akinfenwa (rested), Cowan-Hall (to bench), Freeman (injured - 'picked up a small knock')
New QPR loanee Charlie Owens included in the matchday squad for the first time.


Gareth Ainsworth

"Fair play to Bradford, they had a real go at us. Even at the end they are gambling and he has to do that and I have a lot of respect for David Hopkin.

"I am gutted that we couldn't give our fans something to cheer about. We had a couple of half-chances but nothing major.

"The clean sheet is important and that is three out of four now. We got in at 4am on Wednesday and we couldn't train properly on Thursday or Friday because of the weather so I will take a point all day and it could be an important one come the end of the season."

“We put pressure on at the end and had some chances. Big respect to David Hopkin for coming here and playing for the win. It’s a good point after a tough week with the travel to Blackpool and training in the snow.”

“Losing Alex [Samuel] was a blow and it changed the dynamic of the game. He’s a tough boy but it was too sore to carry on. Luke [Bolton] had a solid full debut; he’s a great kid and I’m really pleased for him.”

“Bayo [Akinfenwa] was rested; he felt tightness in his groin after Tuesday’s game and playing a lot of minutes since his injury. We’re hopeful of having him back next Saturday.”

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League Table

Wanderers remain 9th in the table - now level on points with 8th placed Blackpool but The Seasiders have two games in hand after their match at Accrington was postponed due to the snowy and freezing conditions.

Luton extended their lead at the top of the table with a 3-0 victory at Shrewsbury Town. Barnsley climbed to 2nd spot with victory at Scunthorpe after Porstmouth continued their hit and miss form with a 1-1 home draw with Doncaster.

Next two matches for Wanderers - trips to Luton Town and Barnsley!

The draw against Bradford left Wanderers with 43 points from their opening 31 games in the 2018/19 campaign.
This is the same total Wanderers achieved in their entire previous season in 'League One' (2011/12) - 46 games, finishing in 21st place.

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