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08 February 2022 Venue Adams Park Attendance

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Match Preview | Wycombe Wanderers

8 February 2022

Shrewsbury Town are back in Sky Bet League One action on Tuesday night as they travel promotion-chasing Wycombe Wanderers at the Adams Park Stadium.

Salop are looking to get back to winning ways after drawing with Fleetwood Town at Montgomery Waters Meadow on Saturday. Wycombe on the other hand haven’t played since last Saturday and have lost their previous two league fixtures, at home to MK Dons (1-0) last weekend and a shock 3-2 away defeat to struggling Morecambe Town two weeks ago.

Steve Cotterill’s side are currently 16th in the league table and will be looking to further pull away from the teams below them with a win on Tuesday.

Gareth Ainsworth men are looking to get back to the second tier following relegation from the Championship on the final day of last season. Wanderers currently occupy the final play-off place in sixth place; however, they have a game in hand over MK Dons, Sunderland, and Oxford United who sit in third, fourth, and fifth place respectively and win against Salop could take them into third.


Name: Wycombe Wanderers

Founded: 1887 (134 years ago)

Chairman/Owner: Rob Couhig

Biggest Win: 5-0 vs Burnley, Division Two, 15th April 1997

Biggest Defeat: 0-7 vs. Shrewsbury Town, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy Southern Section 2nd Round, 7th October 2008.

Highest League Finish: 22nd, Sky Bet Championship, 2020/21


Key Player: Sam Vokes

Having struggled for form and goals at Championship side Stoke City in recent years, Vokes joined Wycombe in the summer and has found both form and goals in his short time with the Chairboys. He is Wycombe’s top goalscorer this season with eight goals whilst also contributing three assists.

Whilst Vokes isn’t the quickest player in the league, his physicality and ability to hold up the ball are enough to cause problems for any team and that has made Wycombe one of the favourites to get promoted come the end of the season.


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Match Reports

Match Report | Wycombe Wanderers 0-0 Shrewsbury Town

8 February 2022

Miraculous defending secured Shrewsbury Town a point away at Adams Park on Tuesday night.

Wycombe boasted control of the opening minutes and were causing Town trouble with their set pieces, but they couldn’t find a way past Shrewsbury’s defence. Matthew Pennington put in the first goal-saving challenge when he turned a low ball over the crossbar in the 12th minute. Sam Vokes poked his effort from the resulting corner over the target from a couple of yards out.

The next golden opportunity for Wycombe came just before the half-hour mark but once again, Salop’s defence were equal to it. Garath McCleary sent a cross towards the back post where Jason McCarthy put the ball back across the goal and it was met by the onrushing Chris Forino however, he could only chest the ball goalward and Marko Marosi got down smartly to collect the ball on the goal line.

Wycombe went close again shortly before half-time as McCleary found himself on the penalty spot and with just Marosi to beat. The Jamaican’s shot looked destined for the bottom corner, but George Nurse came sliding in with a terrific challenge and hooked the ball onto the post all in one swift motion to send the sides into the break on level terms.

Things carried on in much the same way after the second half got underway, with Wycombe pushing hard to take the lead but failing to get the ball over the line. Their next good chance came just after the hour mark when Brandon Hanlan found himself one-on-one with Marosi but the Slovakian 'keeper made himself big and kept the shot out.

Town’s first effort at goal came in the 66th minute when an Elliott Bennett free-kick was headed back across goal by Pennington and Vela sent a powerful header goalward, but it was cleared by a Wanderers defender.

Marosi was called into action yet again when, in the 78th minute, Sullay Kaikai struck a curling effort from 20-yards that forced the Salop ‘keeper to get down low and palm the shot away. Shrewsbury’s shot-stopper was involved again minutes later as he was asked to claim Adebayo Akinfenwa’s left-footed strike from the edge of the box – which he did comfortably.

One need only look at the match stats to know Shrewsbury were up against it throughout the game, however, with goal-saving blocks from Pennington and Nurse’s somewhat miraculous challenge, and not to mention Marosi’s fantastic goalkeeping throughout, a point seemed a fair reward for Town who now look ahead to their trip to Plymouth Argyle this weekend.


Wycombe Wanderers: David Stockdale, Jack Grimmer, Joe Jacobson (C), Curtis Thompson, Sam Vokes (Adebayo Akinfenwa, 81), Lewis Wing (Anis Mehmeti, 81), Garath McCleary, Brandon Hanlan (Sullay Kaikai,72), Jordan Obita, Jason McCarthy, Chris Forino

Subs Not Used: Adam Pryzybek, Anthony Stewart, David Wheeler, Daryl Horgan

Salop: Marko Marosi (GK), Aaron Pierre, Ethan Ebanks-Landell (C), Matthew Pennington, Tyrese Fornah, Josh Vela, David Davis, Elliott Bennett, Tom Bloxham (Ryan Bowman, 62), George Nurse, Saikou Janneh (Daniel Udoh, 62)

Subs Not Used: Harry Burgoyne (GK), Matty Bondswell, Charlie Caton, Joshua Daniels


Referee: Sam Purkiss

Assistant Referees: Adam Ricketts and Marc Wilson

Fourth Official: Will Finnie


Elliott Bennett picked up the first yellow card of the game for a foul in the 34th minute. He got the ball but the reasoning for the booking appeared to be that he came from behind the player.

Marko Marosi was booked for timewasting in the second half and Matthew Pennington also went in the referee’s book for a foul not long after.

Joe Jacobson was booked for a foul on Elliott Bennett late on.


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Ticket News

Wycombe Wanderers tickets now on sale

21 January 2022

Ticket details for our trip to Wycombe Wanderers have been released.

Ticket details for our Sky Bet League One trip to Wycombe Wanderers.

Wycombe Wanderers v Shrewsbury Town Tuesday 8th February – 7.45pm kick-off SkyBet League One.

Tickets are now on sale for our SkyBet League One trip to Adams Park.

We have been allocated 512 tickets for the game and Town fans will be housed in the East Stand.

East Stand (500 Tickets)

Adult - £25

Disabled - £25 (free carer)

Senior 65+ - £22

Mid Adult (22 – 25) - £20

Young Adult 19 to 21 - £18

Junior 12 to 18 – £14

11 and under - £5

We also have six pairs of Wheelchair and Carer tickets available.


Tickets go off sale from the ticket office and online at 12pm on Tuesday 8th February.

Parking is available at the ground by calling Wycombe direct on 01494 472100.

A Park and Ride service is available approximately two miles away in West Wycombe. The entrance is Toweridge Lane HP14 3BA. The service is £5 per car and runs from 1pm.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

• In-person at the Montgomery Waters Meadow ticket office

• By calling 01743 273943

• Via our online ticketing site -


Away tickets are set up online with the following delivery options:

Standard post special delivery collect from Shrewsbury Town - Free


Any tickets for away games not collected will be taken to the away game for collection on the day of the game.

If you can't make it to the game you can listen to full match commentary, or watch the game if you are an international fan, on iFollow Shrews, or download the iFollow app to listen in if you are out and about.


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