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Ainsworth Pre Coventry City

Wycombe Wanderers head to the Ricoh Arena to take on a Coventry City side who have won the last five meetings between the two clubs.

The Chairboys are buoyed by their away form, losing just two of the last 17 on the road, whilst Coventry are still contending with off the pitch issues regarding their home.

Wycombe will be without the injured Anthony Stewart and Nathan Tyson but Sido Jombati is available after serving a one match suspension for collecting five yellow cards this season.

Ahead of the game, I spoke to the Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth:

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The match will be live on BBC Three Counties 103.8FM, 630/1161MW and on iFollow.

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Commentary highlights: Chesterfield v Wycombe Wanderers

Here are the BBC Three Counties Radio commentary highlights from Wycombe Wanderers clinching promotion at Chesterfield on Saturday:

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Tyson talks about new deal

Earlier this week, striker Nathan Tyson signed a new one year contract with Wycombe Wanderers.

Ahead of the trip to Chesterfield, Nathan spoke to me about how being back at Adams Park has made him fall in love with football again:

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Tyson in full flight

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Gareth Ainsworth interview pre Chesterfield

Six points from the last two games of the season will see Wycombe Wanderers promoted to League One. Ahead of the trip to already relegated Chesterfield, I spoke to a clean shaven and youthful looking Gareth Ainsworth:

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A close shave for Gareth Ainsworth

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Stevenage FC 0 – 0 Wycombe Wanderers

A fiercely contested match at Broadhall Way failed to produce a goal but it was an entertaining game with both sides creating chances.

The Chairboys thought they had scored in the first half when goalkeeper, Scott Brown, launched a long free kick into the penalty area which somehow eluded Stevenage stopper Joe Fryer, only to be heroically cleared off the line by a heavily bandaged Ron Henry.

Several Wycombe players were convinced the ball had crossed the line but the referee waved play on and the Chairboys finished the half strongly after what had been a slow start to the game.

The second half was dominated by Wycombe, especially after the introduction of Sam Saunders and Nathan Tyson, who replaced a quiet Eberechi Eze and an industrious Nick Freeman.

Adebayo Akinfenwa was still not 100 per cent fit but nearly broke the deadlock late in the second half with a clever back header that struck the base of the post.

After the game, I spoke with the Wycombe Wanderers manager, Gareth Ainsworth:

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