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PREVIEW: Wycombe Wanderers

19 October 2015

Match Previews

PREVIEW: Wycombe Wanderers

19 October 2015

Preview of Tuesday nights visit to Adams Park...

Date: October 2015th20


Venue:, High WycombeAdams Park

Looking at the home side

place, a single point outside the playoff places. They have however, lost the last three games in a row, to Northampton Town, Bristol Rovers and Stevenage, so John Sheridan will be hoping that he can inspire his players against a team that could be considered out of form.thWycombe come into the game against Newport after suffering a 2-1 defeat to Stevenage at the weekend after Stevenage keeper Jesse Joronen scored from his own box with a huge clearance with a bounce that Matt Ingram failed to judge. Aside from last weekend Wycombe have had a decent start to the season, currently sitting in 8

Getting there

By car: roundabout into Lane End Road and head towards the industrial estate. Cross another roundabout into Hillbottom Road and the ground is at the bottom.thThe postcode for your satnav is HP12 4HJ, exit the M4 at Junction 8, bearing left for the A404(M) and continue on this road until it becomes the A404. This passes over the M40 just outside Wycombe and take the first exit off the roundabout after doing so onto the A4010 (John Hall Way). Turn left at the 4

By train:Leaving Newport at 15:09 the train gets to London Paddington at 17:08. Travel to London Marylebone on the Bakerloo line for a 17:50 departure that gets to High Wycombe at 18:15. The ground is about 2 and a half miles from the station with taxis being around £8 each way. For the return journey leave High Wycombe at 22:04, arriving at London Marylebone at 22:46. Leaving London Paddington at 23:30 after taking the Bakerloo line once again and arriving back in Newport at 02:27.

Form Guide

5 pointsL L    DLWDL L L LNewport County -

15 pointsL L    W WDLWD DWWycombe Wanderers –

Upcoming milestones

Matt Taylor and Medy Elito – 2 goals for 25 professional goals

Medy Elito – 2 appearances for 200 professional appearances

Yan Klukowski – 2 goals for 60 professional goals

Lenell John-Lewis – 1 goal for 50 professional goals

Nathan Ralph - 1 appearance for 50 professional appearances

Andrew Hughes – 2 appearances for 125 professional appearances

Scott Boden - 2 goals for 60 professional goals

Matt Partridge – 2 appearances for 50 professional appearances

Mark Byrne – 1 appearance for 275 professional appearances

Wycombe’s record against County

Played 4, Won 1, Drawn 0, Lost 3, Goals For 3, Goals Against 5

Last meeting

The sides last met on Valentines Day when County travelled to Wycombe and came away 2-1 winners thanks to a brace from Yan Klukowski. The win meant that Wycombe remained in third and Newport stayed sixth, but the gap was down to six points between County and the automatic promotion places.

Last time out

Newport fell to another defeat at home when Portsmouth visited Rodney Parade. The South Coast club have been going well in League 2 so far this season and showed their automatic promotion credentials when Matt Tubbs scored on the stroke of half time to give Pompey the lead and ultimately the win.

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