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Report: Wycombe Wanderers 0-3 Robins

29 April 2023

Two goals from Aidan Keena and a Alfie May hit inbetween gave Cheltenham Town a 3-0 at Adams Park against Wycombe Wanderers in Sky Bet League One.

After being fouled in the Wycombe penalty area, Keena put the ball away from the spot to send the Robins infront before half time.

May then doubled Cheltenham's lead after a thunderous effort flew into the home sides net to give a deserving two goal cushion to Town.

Near the end of the game, Chairboys 'keeper Harvey Cartwright fumbled the ball, and Irishman Keena tapped it into the empty net to seal a memorable victory at Adams Park.

The hosts had the first foray forward, a low cross into the box was diverted towards the goal by Sam Vokes but his strike was blocked out for a corner. Dominic Gape tried his luck from outside the box from the resulting corner, with his strike too put behind for a corner.

The Chairboy's would threaten from a corner again, Ryan Tazafolli meeting the set-piece with a strong header and was left visably annoyed as his attempt flew wide.

After the early pressure, the Robins came out with chances of their own, Aidan Keena attempted somithing special, meeting a poor clearence from Wycombe 'keeper Cartwright with a volly from the half-way line.

Ryan Jackson then tested the handling of the debutant, cutting inside from the right hand side and firing low towards the near post, but Cartwright was equal to the shot.

Wade Elliott was forced into a change on the half-hour mark as Liam Sercombe was withdrawn from action due to injury, replaced by Glen Rea.

Town were inches away from opening the scoring as May caused havok on Wycombe's backline. Keena set the forward away with a perfect ball down the left, Tafazolli was able to divert the ball away from goal. May picked the ball up from a tight angle, rounding 'keeper Cartwight, but saw his effort blocked on the line by the recovering defender. 

The Robins were given an oppertunity to take the lead as they were awarded a penalty after Keena was fouled by Dominic Gape. The forward stepped up and drilled the ball with enough power into the bottom left corner to beat the dive of Cartwright. 

The Irishman had could have doubled his tally for the afternoon just minutes later. Good footwork on the edge of the box worked him enough room to curl a strike towards the came corner he scored in, but this time Cartwight was equal to the stirke, turning it around the post for a corner. 

A lively start to the second half saw the hosts look to hit the Robins on the counter attack, Gareth McCleary raced clean through on goal, only being denied a sure equalizer by a last ditch interception by a sliding Lewis Freestone.

Cheltenham would double their lead with twenty minutes remaining, Jackson laid the ball off to May 12 yards out who's thunderous strike found the top corner of the net, to take his tally up to 19 league goals for the season. 

The hosts were close to pulling one goal back, a free-kick from the right flank was floated deep towards the backpost where Chem Campbell rose highest but headed into the side netting.

Late on, a long ball forward was dropped by the Wycombe goalkeeper, and Keena was able to pounce and tap it home to seal his brace for the afternoon.

Robins XI: Southwood, Long, Taylor, Freestone, Jackson (Sambu 89), Ferry, Sercombe (Rea), Bonds, Broom, May, Keena

Un-used substitutes: MacDonald, Williams, Brown, Bradbury, Goodwin

Wycombe Wanderers: Cartwright, Jacobson (Wheeler 67'), Gape (Wing 55'), Forino, Tafazolli, Vokes, McCleary (Willis 67'), Hanlan (Ward 55'), McCarthy, Campbell (Freeman 82'), Scowen

Un-used substitutes: Stryjek, De Barr

Referee: R. Joyce

Attendance: 5,188 (391 away)

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Ticket News

Match Pack: Wycombe Wanderers (A)

26 April 2023

Cheltenham Town take on Wycombe Wanderers for their final Sky Bet League One away match of the 22/23 season this Saturday at Adams Park (3PM KO).

After facing Oxford United yesterday away, the Robins remain on the road as they travel to face the Chairboys this weekend in their penultimate game of the campaign.

Wade Elliott's side secured League One safety last weekend, however they will be looking to bounce back from the loss to Oxford on Tuesday night, and hoping to replicate their good performance against Wycombe back in November. When the two sides faced each other at the Completely-Suzuki Stadium, Alfie May scored the only goal of the game as the Robins picked up a vital three points following a good team performance.

There have been a series of memorable matches at Adams Park between Wycombe and Cheltenham, with the last three results ending either 3-3 or 5-5.

Tickets and travel for the match this weekend are still available online and from the ticket office. Tickets are also available on the day at Adams Park for card purchases only.

Cheltenham Town supporters will be located in the East Stand and ticket prices for the game can be found below:

Adult: £26

Senior (65+): £23

Under 25: £21

Under 21: £19

Under 18: £15

Cheltenham Town retain 5% of the income from tickets sold via our ticket office, so we always encourage our supporters to purchase in advance wherever possible.

Away tickets are unable to be produced digitally, and so physical tickets must be collected. 

Any tickets not collected from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium by Friday 28th April will be taken to Adams Park for collection on the day from the Club Reception.

Adams Park is a cashless stadium.

Travel Info

Travel Club departs from the Completely-Suzuki Stadium at 11AM. 

Non Members: £16

Members: £12

Young Robins: £6

By purchasing tickets you agree to the terms and conditions of travel, which can be found here.

If you do not collect your match tickets in advance they will be left with the on board steward for collection.

Please note that seating plans are drawn up in advance and changes on the day may not be possible. If you have specific seating requests please e-mail the Ticket Office with details.

If you are making your own way to the match, see below the directions on how to get to the stadium.

Parking is available at £10 per car and must be pre-booked through before the fixture date (subject to availability).

Wycombe Wanderers also operate a Park and Stride service from Millbrook School, just a 15 minute walk away from Adams Park.  This is available at £5 per vehicle and is also available in advance on their website.

For supporters unable to make the game, you can still keep up with all the action by listening to match commentary via iFollow.

A new set of actions will be implemented across all English football leagues for the 2022/23 season and will be backed by the Football Supporters’ Association. They will target activity such as entering the pitch without permission, carrying or using smoke bombs or pyrotechnics and throwing objects - as well as drug use and discriminatory behaviour.

Anyone caught possessing or using pyrotechnics will be reported to the police and prosecution could result in a permanent criminal record. The pitch must remain safe for players, managers and match officials, just as the stands should be for supporters.

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