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Gillingham 2 Wycombe 0 - stats, reaction, highlights

Saturday 14th September 2019

Football League 'League One'


Wycombe: Allsop, Jacobson (sub 70 Wheeler) Gape, Stewart, Pattison, Grimmer (sub 70 Phillips), Akinfenwa, Charles, Freeman, Samuel (sub 28 Kashket), Ofoborh – subs not used: Yates, Mascoll, Parker, Thompson

Scorers: none

Bookings: none

Gillingham: Bonham, Fuller, Ehmer, Ogilvie, O’Connor, Jones, Byrne, Lee (sub 76 Pringle), Marshall, Mandron (sub 57 Hanlan), Ndjoli (sub 90 O’Keefe) – subs not used: Walsh, Tucker, Hodson, Jakubiak

Scorers: Ndjoli 59, 73 (pen)

Bookings: none

Referee: James Adcock

Attendance: 4,814 (approx. 500 away)

Same as previous season, Gillingham did not release the official attendance on the day of the match but I have since had the figure confirmed and estimated the away following.

Team News

Three changes from the side that had beaten Lincoln the previous weekend to go top of ‘League One’

In: Nnamdi Ofoborh, Alex Pattison, Adebayo Akinfenwa
Out: Matt Bloomfield (injured), David Wheeler, Scott Kashket,

New loan signing Rolando Aarons reported as ruled out due to injury during his brief substitute appearance for Wanderers against Lincoln the previous Saturday.

Curtis Thompson included in the matchday squad for the first time in 2019/20 following his spell out injured.

Fred Onyedinma featured in the pre-match warm-up for Wanderers but was not included amongst the starting XI or substitutes.

Gillingham included former Wanderer loanee Alex Jakubiak on the bench.


from wwfcofficial

Gareth Ainsworth

“It was a tight game, we had more chances but didn’t make them count. One game doesn’t shape a team and we’ll work hard to put it right on Tuesday. I want to improve on last season. We’re still bottom-six on resources but it’s been a great start.”


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Defeat at Gillingham saw Wanderers drop to third spot in the table but still only a point behind new leaders Coventry City after the Sky Blues drew 0-0 at Burton Albion and 2nd placed Ipswich Town drew 0-0 at home to Doncaster Rovers.

Wycombe’s away record in the League to date during 2019 can now boast just two victories in 14 games (Bristol Rovers and Southend during 2018/19). In the past calendar year, Wanderers have just three away victories in 23 League One games.

Next game for Wanderers is on Tuesday 17th September 2019 when 20th placed Accrington Stanley visit Adams Park. Going into that game, Wycombe had beaten Stanley just once in eleven attempts at Adams Park – the most recent victory coming in January 2009.

Victory for Wanderers would set a new Club record of consecutive home League victories in the Football League.

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