Wanderers hope for more away success
WANDERERS will be quietly confident of kicking their season back into life when they go to Chesterfield tomorrow.
The Spireites haven’t won a game at the b2net Stadium – or anywhere else – this season and they are behind Gary Waddock’s team in the table.
Blues can also call on good away performances at York and Watford to get them going before a match they need to win.
Waddock said: “We’ve done really well away from home, but our team has changed a lot from York and Watford – and Chesterfield hasn’t been a good ground for us in recent years.
“The personnel has changed since then, but they’re a good side and are still adjusting to life in League Two, the same as we are.”
Blues coach Gareth Ainsworth said: “I think they’ve had a few changes, the manager’s no longer there and I don’t think the money’s there so it should be interesting.
“But we’ve got a good work ethic here and we’ll be working on things this week. It looks a little bit like we’re waiting for somebody to do something and sometimes and you have to do it yourself, make that impact yourself.
“But we’re Wycombe together, fans and players, and as long as it stays like that we’ll have a good chance.”
Danny Foster could be back in the squad for the first time this season after the full-back missed pre-season with injury.